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ARACC : Adaptation of Residential Areas to Climate Changes – Practical Solutions and Experience Sharing

Description:

The project is called "Adaptation of Residential Areas to Climate Changes – Practical Solutions and Experience Sharing", and is supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway (EHP-CZ02-OV-1-033-2015). The main aim of the project is to help settlements (cities and towns) in Czech Republic with collecting and exchanging knowledge and adaptation models. Our aim is to provide cities with the practical tools, so called “road maps to adaptation” – specific proposals for adaptation strategies.

Actions taken to fulfill this objective include mainly analysis of the impact of climate change on a local level and preparing and adjusting relevant case-studies in particular towns and cities. Case studies will be developed for every partner city and town and will include description of specific procedures in the process of preparation of Adaptation Strategies. Different appropriate sectors or types of threats will be taken in consideration during arrangement of the documents. Case studies will also contain conclusions and specific recommendations.

Project information

Lead

Civitas per populi, p.b.o.

Partners

Towns: Hradec Králové, Žďár nad Sázavou, Dobruška
Civitas per Populi, p.b.o.
Agentura Koniklec, p.b.o.
Ekocentrum Koniklec, p.b.o.
TIMUR p.b.o.
PORSENNA p.b.o.
Centrum pro výzkum globální změny – CzechGlobe, v. v. i.

Source of funding

EEA Grants (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway Financial Mechanism

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