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Indicators for adaptation to climate change at national level - Lessons from emerging practice in Europe (2018)

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As countries gain more experience in developing and implementing national climate change adaptation strategies and plans, the need for understanding their progress and effects is also increasing, especially through indicators for monitoring and evaluation of adaptation to climate change at national level. This Technical Paper has brought together evidence on recent developments of national level adaptation indicators from five European countries: Austria, Finland, Germany, the United Kingdom and Scotland. It has also provided an overview on the main legal reporting requirements as well as other non-binding reporting processes relevant for indicators of climate change adaptation.
Additionally it contributes to the evolving knowledge base in this field and is accompanied by an annex including a database of national adaptation indicator sets from five European countries collected in 2017 (Austria, Finland, Germany and the United Kingdom) and 2018 (Scotland).

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ETC/CCA, Bologna, IT

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