This deliverable includes an overall reflection about the processes that took place in the middle phases of the AELCLIC project and that led to the co-identification of climate change impacts, opportunities and solutions as well as to the co-definition of key themes for Climate Change Adaptation in the15 Pilot Landscapes of the AELCLIC project. By analyzing and comparing the results produced in the different AELCLIC regions (Northern, Atlantic &Alpine, Southwestern and Southeastern Europe it was possible to detect the importance of helping individuals and communities to internalize the effect of climate change in their daily lives and landscapes. This process was activated by sharing existing information and by promoting multi-stakeholder discussions that revealed convergences and divergences in how climate change might affect different types of people and which visions, strategies and solutions would be needed. The main trans-European findings included in the deliverable were organized in the following sections: - Key climate change impacts, opportunities and barriers including a comparison of the impacts detected in the AELCLIC pilot landscapes and the ones proposed by the European Environmental Agency and the IPCC - Set of 6KEY Findings concerning Climate Change Impacts in the AELCLIC - Detected impacts and proposals: Feasibility, legitimacy, effect on Climate Change Governance and relation to existing policies (e.g. NASs and NAPs).

Climate Change Impacts, Opportunities, Solutions and Obstacles in all Pilot Landscapes / Bas Pedroli, Juanjo Galan Vivas, Daniele Torreggiani, Ludovica Marinaro, Francisco Galiana, Emilio Servera. - ELETTRONICO. - (2020), pp. 1-194.

Climate Change Impacts, Opportunities, Solutions and Obstacles in all Pilot Landscapes.

Daniele Torreggiani
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Ludovica Marinaro
Membro del Collaboration Group
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2020

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This deliverable includes an overall reflection about the processes that took place in the middle phases of the AELCLIC project and that led to the co-identification of climate change impacts, opportunities and solutions as well as to the co-definition of key themes for Climate Change Adaptation in the15 Pilot Landscapes of the AELCLIC project. By analyzing and comparing the results produced in the different AELCLIC regions (Northern, Atlantic &Alpine, Southwestern and Southeastern Europe it was possible to detect the importance of helping individuals and communities to internalize the effect of climate change in their daily lives and landscapes. This process was activated by sharing existing information and by promoting multi-stakeholder discussions that revealed convergences and divergences in how climate change might affect different types of people and which visions, strategies and solutions would be needed. The main trans-European findings included in the deliverable were organized in the following sections: - Key climate change impacts, opportunities and barriers including a comparison of the impacts detected in the AELCLIC pilot landscapes and the ones proposed by the European Environmental Agency and the IPCC - Set of 6KEY Findings concerning Climate Change Impacts in the AELCLIC - Detected impacts and proposals: Feasibility, legitimacy, effect on Climate Change Governance and relation to existing policies (e.g. NASs and NAPs).
Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities
Goal 13: Climate action
Goal 17: Partnerships for the goals
Bas Pedroli, Juanjo Galan Vivas, Daniele Torreggiani, Ludovica Marinaro, Francisco Galiana, Emilio Servera
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