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Europe Adapts to Climate Change - PEER

Europe Adapts to Climate Change - PEER

Europe Adapts to Climate Change -

Europe Adapts to Climate Change Comparing National Adaptation Strategies Rob Swart, Robbert Biesbroek, Svend Binnerup, Timothy R. Carter, Caroline Cowan, Thomas Henrichs, Sophie Loquen, Hanna Mela, Michael Morecroft, Moritz Reese and Daniela Rey PARTNERSHIP FOR EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH

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  • Page 6 and 7: many differences between regions in
  • Page 8 and 9: 3.2. Framing the issue of adaptatio
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  • Page 12 and 13: List of fi gures Figure 0.1 Summary
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  • Page 16 and 17: Acknowledgements The preparation of
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  • Page 20 and 21: The six themes are: 1. Motivating a
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  • Page 28 and 29: adaptation strategies as well as pr
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  • Page 36 and 37: • The second recommends integrati
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  • Page 46 and 47: Key drivers for adaptation policies
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    3.1.2. Important facilitating facto

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    Table 3.1 Climate and other scenari

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    Table 3.2 Vulnerable sectors that a

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    the positive impacts of climate cha

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    will have to be revised in view to

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    fl ooding and erosion, as part of t

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    vulnerable members of society when

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    64 Europe Adapts to Climate Change:

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    4.1. Research programmes on climate

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    to the successful development of ad

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    funding. Compared to research on th

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    Table 4.3 Overview of the third pha

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    4.1.4. European research programmes

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    4.1.6. Research programmes The afor

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    Figure 4.3 Science, policy, society

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    Table 4.7 The roles of organisation

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    y analysing the impacts of societal

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    4.3. Conclusions Analysing climate

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    Figure 5.1 Communication between sc

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    Table 5.1 Raising awareness in nati

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    Table 5.3 Organisations for dissemi

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    to include information about adapta

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    discussion programmes are the main

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    a strong focus on web-based informa

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    countries are still in the process

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    could confuse people and hinder rat

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    104 Europe Adapts to Climate Change

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    multi-level governance raises new a

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    level (subsidiarity principle) and

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    views, ideas and interests through

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    6.2.1. Distribution of responsibili

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    esponsibility are not clearly defi

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    For instance, France has separate n

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    118 Europe Adapts to Climate Change

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    Box 7.1 PEER Climate Initiative pro

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    Table 7.1 Climate change impacts an

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    Table 7.2 Possible internal interre

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    more eco-efficient, i.e. decoupling

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    The synopsis reveals that in almost

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    Table 7.6 Examples of concrete comm

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    Figure 7.2 visualises these organis

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    As a result of this fi rst comparis

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    Table 7.8 Participatory approaches

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    Table 7.9 Adaptation to climate cha

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    Box 7.2. KLARA-Net - activating loc

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    are affected by the impacts of chan

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    144 Europe Adapts to Climate Change

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    instruments like fi nancial or othe

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    is only accounted for in rather gen

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    measured by quantitative indicators

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    As argued in chapter 7, planning in

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    according to the “cheapest cost a

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    156 Europe Adapts to Climate Change

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    on national policy development, and

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    Box 9.1 Policy-relevant fi ndings w

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    include specifi c agencies for know

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    Box 9.4 Policy-relevant fi ndings w

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    These include an integrated structu

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    Table 9.1 Overview of the level of

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    possibly confl icting views or prio

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    Box 9.7 Motivating factors: relevan

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    Box 9.9 Communication and awareness

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    esearch to analyse which tools and

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    of countries are as yet developing

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    CEC. (2008). Towards joint programm

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    Long-term Climate and Energy Strate

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    Stern, N. (2008). Key Elements on a

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    1. Denmark 1.1. The Danish national

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    the mounting evidence that climate

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    • General results from research i

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    art knowledge for future adaptation

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    2. Finland 2.1. The Finnish nationa

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    Adaptation to climate change in the

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    the NAS. However, one of the sector

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    providing them with access to resea

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    a small extent, are the National Fo

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    3. France 3.1. The French national

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    • to ensure ecological developmen

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    change impacts and adaptation measu

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    to be taken into account by nearly

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    4. Germany 4.1. The German national

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    generally geared to supporting adap

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    cultivation methods that maintain s

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    • KLIWAS (Federal Ministry for Tr

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    The German NAS does not comprise a

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    4.8. Compliance and evaluation In o

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    5. Latvia 5.1. The Latvian national

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    isks caused by climate change in ad

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    e undertaken to adapt to these impa

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    6. Netherlands 6.1. The Dutch natio

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    adaptation in required. Energy, for

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    6.3. Science-policy interactions In

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    This report stresses the importance

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    adaptation policy, e.g. as proposed

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    document ”Water safety 21st centu

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    7. Portugal 7.1. The Portuguese nat

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    7.2. Drivers for climate adaptation

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    esearch questions. Thus, the curren

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    This involvement / mainstreaming wi

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    8. Spain 8.1. The Spanish national

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    include all stakeholders in the inf

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    8.7. Compliance and evaluation The

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    9. Sweden 9.1. The Swedish national

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    adverse impacts on water quality in

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    The report, ”Sweden facing climat

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    10. United Kingdom ”As to complem

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    have been the main focus of activit

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    Political Drivers: Since at least 1

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    10.5. Multi-level governance Multil

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    impacts. The report concludes that

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    Furthermore, the government has als

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    the TAF Declaration, Trade Associat

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    covered by it. The government expec

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    List of photos Front cover, top, Dr

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