BC3. Basque centre for climate change – Klima aldaketa ikergai

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REMEDISOST

Diseño de una Metodología para La Evaluación de la Sostenibilidad de Planes de Remediación de Suelos  Remedisost logo

El proyecto REMEDISOST pretende desarrollar una metodología rigurosa, fiable y robusta que consiga realizar un análisis y evaluación de la sostenibilidad de los distintos planes de remediación de suelos contaminados que, desde el punto de vista técnico, permitan recuperar un suelo desde una situación inicial de contaminación hasta una situación final acorde con el uso que se pretende dar al suelo.

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OSATU

Olas de calor y salud: impactos y adaptación en Euskadi Logo klima2050

El objetivo principal del proyecto es desarrollar una metodología con elementos clave para ayudar a la toma de decisiones en materia de prevención de los efectos de las olas de calor sobre la salud en Euskadi en un contexto de cambio climático. Además, se espera poder obtener resultados que resulten relevantes para adaptar los planes de alerta temprana a los cambios esperados en el futuro.

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BRODISE

BROWNFIELD Decontamination In Southern Europe Brodise 

BRODISE project wants to mobilize public and private purchasers and networks of cities in the field of soil decontamination, not (just) to networking and to create awareness, but to put the innovation process in action, to understand in-depth the technology state of the art and the innovation gap to be addressed  by significant R&D, to structure and design a joint R&D procurement initiative, leveraging the complementarity of the consortium partners to bring together the demand in order to create a critical mass to acquire cost effective  and  innovative  solutions,  whilst  creating new  jobs  and  opportunities  for  business  growth  in  Europe, with particular reference to SMEs.



 

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ECONADAPT

Economics of climate change adaptation in Europe Econadapt

The aim of the ECONADAPT project is to provide user-orientated methodologies and evidence relating to economic appraisal criteria to inform the choice of adaptation actions using analysis that incorporates cross-scale governance under conditions of uncertainty. A critical theme of the proposal is therefore to support the application of adaptation economics in the period following the publication of the EU’s 2013 Adaptation Strategy, focusing on key decision areas that need enhanced economic information, and on the key users of such information.


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BASE

Bottom-up Climate Adaptation Strategies towards a Sustainable Europe perseus logo

Climate change can disrupt ecological, social and economic systems, with some regions and sectors suffering significantly. Therefore, adaptation plays a paramount role in responding to climate change. Progress has been made, but there are still important obstacles. Knowledge of the benefits and costs of adaptation is sparse, unsystematic and unevenly distributed across sectors and countries. Planning suffers from substantial uncertainties in terms of precise impacts. It is also difficult to reconcile the bottom-up nature of adaptation with top-down strategic policy making on adaptation. 

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CECILIA 2050

Choosing Efficient Combinations of Policy Instruments for Low-carbon development and Innovation to Achieve Europe's 2050 climate targets Cecilia logo rgb 130x91px

The EU wants to transform itself to a low-carbon economy by mid-century. This transformation process will require an overhaul of the European economy, affecting a range of sectors – not only power generation, industry and transport, but also agriculture, construction or finance. Governing this transformation process is a huge challenge – stimulating the necessary innovations, ensuring public support, encouraging the needed investments, creating the right infrastructure, and avoiding lock-in into old, carbon-intensive technologies.

To manage this transformation, a range of policy instruments is required. The existing mix of climate policy instruments needs to be scaled up drastically to initiate the necessary changes.  But as the scale and scope of instruments increases, it becomes more important to understand and to manage their interaction, as do constraints on the political, legal and administrative feasibility. Policy solutions that have worked well in an economic niche are not necessarily suited to guide economic development on a broad scale; instruments that have co-existed well on a small scale may conflict when scaled up to an economywide level. To evaluate their efficiency and effectiveness, policy instruments cannot be viewed in isolation; understanding and managing their interaction becomes key.

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