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Nature-based Solutions for flood mitigation and coastal resilience - Analysis of EU-funded projects

This document summarises outcomes relating to flood mitigation and coastal resilience from the report ‘Nature-based Solutions: State of the Art in EU-funded Projects’ prepared through the EC’s Valorisation of NBS Projects Initiative. EU research and innovation projects were scanned for results pertaining to key areas such as Floods Directive, EU Action Plan on the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 and EU Strategy on Adaptation to Climate Change

Addressing fisheries and aquaculture in National Adaptation Plans

The FAO’s Addressing Fisheries and Aquaculture in National Adaptation Plans - Supplement to the UNFCCC NAP Technical Guidelines provides technical guidance on the integration of fisheries and aquaculture in the formulation and implementation of National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) and complements FAO’s Addressing agriculture, forestry and fisheries in National Adaptation Plans  - Supplementary guidelines. It aims to draw the attention of policy makers and government officers responsible for NAP planning and processes generally, as well as fisheries and aquaculture officers at country level, specifically

Addressing agriculture, forestry and fisheries in National Adaptation Plans [Supplementary guidelines]

The document represent a supplementary sectorial guidelines for the development of National Adaptation Plan (NAP) for agriculture, forestry and fisheries. The document would support:  National planners and decision-makers working on climate change to better understand the need and opportunities for adaptation in the agricultural sectors Authorities and experts within the agricultural sectors who are already contributing to climate change adaptation and NAP formulation

Nature4Climate

Nature4Climate (N4C) promotes the critical role that nature plays in restoring balance to our climate. It aims to increase investment and action on nature-based solutions in support of the 2015 Paris climate agreement

Adaptation Support Tool for Islands

The Adaptation Support Tool for Islands was developed in the framework of the SOCLIMPACT H2020 project. The aim of this tool is to assist policy makers and coordinators on the regional and national levels in designing tailored climate change adaptation strategies and plans for their islands

Tool-supported policy development for regional adaptation

The ToPDAd project developed tools to support decision making by businesses and regional governments for adaptation to climate change. In particular, the project developed an integrated methodology to assess climate adaptation strategies and then applied it to seven regional case studies from the energy, transport and tourism sectors

Urban Nature Atlas

The Urban Nature Atlas was created as part of the NATURVATION Project and is currently the most comprehensive database of Nature Based Solutions (NBS) for cities created to date. The Urban Nature Atlas has been produced as the result of a systematic survey of NBS interventions and provides the basis for the analysis of socio-economic and innovation patterns associated with urban NBS in Europe

Project for Optimisation of Water and Emissions Reduction

The main objective of the POWER project was to implement additional monitoring devices to improve the water savings demonstrated by the LIFE OPTIMIZAGUA project in Spain. It aimed to do this by applying leak detectors with probes at various soil depths, as well as using new methods to calculate water needs relating to climate conditions

Riga City Adapts to the Hydrological Processes

The water regime of the Daugava River is largely dependent on the operations of the Riga Hydropower plant. Increased frequency and severity of flash floods is becoming an alarming problem for the city of Riga

The Galician agriculture and forest sector facing climate change.

The project aims to inform farmers on new legislation and possible subsidies to improve environmental standards in farms and provide specific guidance on how to implement good practices for mitigation and adaptation to climate change. The agro-forestry sector is promoted as a sustainable management alternative to cope with climate change

Medium and long term water resources modelling as a tool for planning and global change adaptation. Application to the Llobregat Basin

The WATER CHANGE project aimed to provide the tools and methodology necessary to model the impact of Global Change on water resources and infrastructure. Global change is defined as all the anthropic-related changes affecting directly or indirectly the water quantity and the water quality, influencing the sustainable management of the water resources in a river basin

EGOKI: integrating adaptation to climate change in spatial and urban planning in municipalities in Navarre

The Navarre Network of Local Entities for Sustainability (NELS Network)  with the support of the Biodiversity Foundation and the Spanish Climate Change Office has developed the Project titled "EGOKI, integrating criteria for adaptation to climate change into urban planning of local entities of the Comunidad Foral de Navarra (Navarre Region)". EGOKI has developed different actions, among which, agent training and  the development of pilot experiences in four municipalities that can be replicated across all of Navarre stand out

Fluvial Restoration of the Manzanares River in the surroundings of the Real Sitio de El Pardo (Madrid)

Pursuant to the Water Framework Directive and in accordance with the environmental objectives of the Hydrological Plan of the Tagus River Hydrographic Basin, in coordination with Patrimonio Nacional (as the entity that manages the Monte de El Pardo area), the improvement of the ecological condition of the river has been proposed as well as the recovery of this space of great environmental value, from the Pardo Reservoir to the confluence with the La Trofa stream (a distance of approximately 6 km). This section coincides with Water Body ES030MSPF0428021 «Río Manzanares», which is cataloged in the Hydrological Plan as a water body that is "highly modified" from El Pardo Reservoir to the La Trofa stream

Science for Disaster Risk Management 2020: Acting today, protecting tomorrow

This report provides an overview on the consequences that disasters have on key assets of society (population, economic sectors, critical infrastructures, environment and cultural heritage) and on how these can be managed. Moreover, the report presents a set of recommendations addressed to four target groups of society that can actively work to reduce disaster risk: policymakers, practitioners, scientists and citizens.

Sustainable forest management in Menorca in a context of climate change (LIFE BOSCOS-MENORCA)

In January 2009 the Consell Insular de Menorca launched the LIFE + BOSCOS project: 'Sustainable Forest Management in Menorca in a context of climate change'. With a duration of 5 years, the main objective of the project has been to contribute to the adaptation of Mediterranean forest ecosystems to the negative impacts of climate change through sustainable forest management

Platform on sustainable finance: Consultation response: Taxonomy draft Delegated Act setting out technical screening criteria for climate change mitigation and adaptation

This paper sets out feedback from the Platform to the European Commission regarding the first draft Delegated Act supplementing the EU Taxonomy Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2020/852). In November 2020, the Commission released the draft Delegated Act which sets out technical screening criteria for determining when economic activities can contribute substantially to climate change mitigation and adaptation, and when they can be considered to cause significant harm to other environmental objectives within the context of the EU Taxonomy

Global Landscape of Climate Finance 2019

The 2019 edition of Climate Policy Initiative’s Global Landscape of Climate Finance (the Landscape) provides a comprehensive overview of global climate-related primary investment. This year’s report includes the first major wave of investments following ratification of the Paris Agreement, in 2017 and 2018

Boosting Disaster Prevention through Innovative Risk Governance

In 2014 the OECD carried out work to take stock of OECD countries' achievements in building resilience to major natural and man-made disasters. The report suggested that albeit significant achievements were made through effective risk prevention and mitigation management, past disasters have revealed persistent vulnerabilities and gaps in risk prevention management across OECD

Adapt now: a global call for leadership on climate resilience

This report focuses on making the case for climate adaptation, providing specific insights and recommendations in key sectors: food security, the natural environment, water, cities and urban areas, infrastructure, disaster risk management, and finance. It is designed to inspire action among decision-makers, including heads of state and government officials, mayors, business executives, investors, and community leaders

The demand for financing climate projects in cities

The report, based on the data drawn from 106 applications for support received by the C40 Cities Finance Facility in 2018, from 1,037 projects submitted to Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) in 2017 and from the 2017 CDP Cities Questionnaire, answers the following questions: What are the common characteristics of climate-related projects for which cities seek project preparation and financing support? What are the sectors and geographical spread of these projects? What is the scale of capital investment required for these projects? What are the climate benefits and co-benefits of these projects? What kind of support are cities asking for to proceed to implementation? What challenges to project implementation do cities currently face? First, the report outlines the methodology employed to assess the projects in both databases. Second, the projects’ characteristics are outlined as answers to the aforementioned questions

The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture

Biodiversity for food and agriculture is indispensable to food security and sustainable development. It supplies many vital ecosystem services, such as creating and maintaining healthy soils, pollinating plants, controlling pests and providing habitat for wildlife, including for fish and other species that are vital to food production and agricultural livelihoods

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