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CLIMSAVE : Climate Change integrated assessment methodology for cross-sectoral adaptation and vulnerability in Europe

Description:

CLIMSAVE is a pan-European project that aims developing a user-friendly, interactive web-based tool that allows stakeholders to assess climate change impacts and vulnerabilities for a range of sectors, including agriculture, forests, biodiversity, coasts, water resources and urban development. The linking of models for the different sectors enables stakeholders to see how their interactions could affect European landscape change. The tool also enables stakeholders to explore adaptation strategies for reducing climate change vulnerability, discovering where, when and under what circumstances such actions may help. It highlights the cost-effectiveness and cross-sectoral benefits and conflicts of different adaptation options and enable uncertainties to be investigated to better inform the development of robust policy responses.

Project information

Lead

University of Oxford (UK)

Partners

University of Oxford (UK), TIAMASG Foundation (RO), Prospex bvba (BE), ESSRG Kft (HU), Cranfield University (UK), CREAF (ES), University of Kassel (DE), Mendel University in Brno (CZ), University of the Aegean (GR), Rob Tinch (BE), SERI (AT), University of Edinburgh (UK), University of Lund (SE), Wageningen University (NL), University of Southampton (UK), Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development in Agriculture (CN), University of the Sunshine Coast (AU), Victoria University (AU)

Source of funding

FP 7

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