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Dynamic information management approach for the implementation of climate resilient adaptation packages in European regions (IMPETUS)

Description:

The IMPETUS project aims at accelerating Europe’s climate change response and turning commitments into concrete action, developing innovative measures to make its regions more resilient. Moreover, the project explores the synergies between climate change mitigation, supporting regional socio-economic growth and stability, and transition of communities to ecological sustainability and resilience.

IMPETUS develops and validates a coherent multi-scale, multi-level, cross-sectoral climate change adaptation framework to accelerate the transition towards a climate-neutral and sustainable economy. IMPETUS Resilience Knowledge Boosters (RKBs) build a robust Quintuple Helix stakeholders' community (human dimension) complemented with reliable data and assessment methods to support decision and policy making (digital dimension). This results in community empowerment to co-design, assess, deploy, and monitor climate adaptation Innovation Packages, including R&I methodological, technological, governance, awareness, behavioural, economic, financial and pathway components.

IMPETUS RKBs is deployed and validated in all 7 EU biogeographical regions (Continental, Coastal, Mediterranean, Atlantic, Arctic, Boreal, Mountainous) covering all Key Community Systems, climate threats, and multi-level governance.

Project information

Lead

Eurecat Technology Centre, Spain

Partners

UNIVERSITETET I TROMSOE - NORGES ARKTISKE UNIVERSITET, Norway; KWB KOMPENTENTZZENTRUM WASSER BERLIN GEMEINNUTZIGE GMBH; Germany; TROMS OG FINNMARK FYLKESKOMMUNE; Norway; NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS – NTUA; Greece; ACCADEMIA EUROPEA DI BOLZANO, Italy; EUROPEAN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION INSTITUTE (ESCI) GGMBH, Germany; GCF - GLOBAL CLIMATE FORUM EV,  Germany; NELEN & SCHUURMANS BV,  Netherlands; SENATSVERWALTUNG FUER UMWELT, VERKEHR UND KLIMASCHUTZ,  Germany; KWR WATER B.V., Netherlands; ZEMGALES PLANOSANAS REGIONS, Latvia; LOBELIA EARTH SL,  Spain; ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS - RESEARCH CENTER,  Greece; BALTIJAS VIDES FORUMS,  Latvia; THETIS SPA, Italy; WATER & ENERGY INTELLIGENCE BV, Netherlands; JELGAVAS PASVALDIBAS OPERATIVAS INFORMACIJAS CENTRS, Latvia; SDSN ASSOCIATION PARIS,  France; MOBYGIS SRL, Italy; MEDITERRANEAN AGRONOMIC INSTITUTE OF CHANIA, Greece; ETAIREIA YDREYSEOS KAI APOCHETEFSEOS PROTEYOYSIS ANONIMI ETAIREIA,  Greece; Departament d'Acció Climàtica, Alimentació i Agenda Rural, Spain; CANTINA TOBLINO SCA, Italy; UNION INTERNATIONALE POUR LA CONSERVATION DE LA NATURE ET DE SES RESSOURCES, Switzerland; MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY, Greece; BERLINER WASSERBETRIEBE, Germany; UNIVERSITAT DE GIRONA, Spain; MANTIS BUSINESS INNOVATION IDIOTIKIKEFALAIOUCHIKI ETAREIA,  Greece; CONSORZIO DEI COMUNI DELLA PROVINCIA DI TRENTO COMPRESI NEL BACINO IMBRIFERO MONTANO DEL SARCA - MINCIO E GARDA, Italy; UNIVERSITAET BERN, Switzerland; UNIVERSITAT ROVIRA I VIRGILI, Spain

Source of funding

Project funded by the European Union’s programme Horizon 2020 under the call LC-GD-1-3-2020 – Climate-resilient Innovation Packages for EU regions

Published in Climate-ADAPT Feb 07 2022   -   Last Modified in Climate-ADAPT Sep 10 2022

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