In particular, the international Meeting counted with the participation of therepresentatives of the local networks constituted in each Pilot Landscape, ofrepresentatives from the Third parties and Partners of the project and ofexternal experts.
The produced new findings were expected to consolidate the models generated duringthe AELCLIC project for the generation of local networks for local adaptationto Climate Change as well as to increase the levels of legitimacy, feasibility, transferability and scalability of the produced results. These findings were organized in the following sections:
- - Experiences and examples from the pilot landscapes concerning the successful use of thelandscape concept
- - Crossing methodologies: The tools to enable the AELCLIC Pathfinder process
- - Creating strong local networks: Composition, representativeness and operative capacity of the AELCLIC local networks
- - Towards LACAPs: Similarities, differences and future of the AELCLIC programs forchange.
- - Drivers and Barriers affecting the Implementation of the EU Adaptation Strategy- Gaps and recommendations for further initiatives and implementation
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Jan 2020|
|MoE publication type||D4 Published development or research report or study|
- Climate change adaptation
- Climate change
- Landscape planning
- participatory planning