Climate, Ispra guidelines for the Regions

As part of the European Life Master Adapt project

On Thursday, ISPRA (Istituto Superiore per la Protezione e la Ricerca Ambientale, Institute for Environmental Protection and Research), published the guidelines for regional strategies of adaptation to climate change. They were drawn up as part of the European Life Master Adapt project, co-financed under the EU Life Program, and aimed at developing “an operational and integrated methodology so that Regions, metropolitan cities and city consortia can include adaptation to climate change in their plans and programs as a key element for their areas.”
Activating adaptation policies at local and regional level, a message explains, “is fundamental to address the inevitable impacts of climate change and take advantage of all the opportunities that may arise.” The guidelines therefore aim to respond to these needs, through the identification, verification and dissemination of multilevel governance tools to support regional and local authorities in the process of integrating the adaptation into sectoral policy.
The guidelines for regional strategies of adaptation to climate change are divided in two parts: a guide for the preparation and implementation of a regional strategy of adaptation to climate change, and a description of the methods and tools considered most efficient for development and implementation of the strategy.

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31 July 2020 - 07:28 CEST