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ADAPT2CLIMA : Adaptation to Climate change Impacts on the Mediterranean islands' Agriculture


The overall aim of the LIFE ADAPT2CLIMA project is to increase knowledge on the vulnerability of EU Mediterranean agriculture to climate change and to support decision making for adaptation planning. A set of climate, hydrological and crop simulation models for the assessment of climate change impacts on agriculture will be developed, as well as a decision support tool for the elaboration of adaptation strategies for the agricultural sector. Three among the largest islands of the Mediterranean Europe are selected as implementation areas: the islands of Crete (Greece), Sicily (Italy) and Cyprus.

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Dr Christos Giannakopoulos, National Observatory of Athens - NOA

Agricultural Research Institute of Cyprus, Institute of Biometeorology of the National Research Council of Italy, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Agriculture, Rural Development and Mediterranean Fisheries of the Region of Sicily (Italy), Region of Crete (Greece).

Source of funding
1,497,060 € (60% EC funding)

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crop models, decision making, hydrological models, islands, tools


2015 - 2019

Climate impacts

Droughts, Extreme Temperatures, Flooding


Sector Policies, Adaptation Measures and Actions, Observations and Scenarios, Adaptation Plans and Strategies, Vulnerability Assessment



Geographic characterization


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