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Adaptación, restauración y creación de hábitats para anfibios amenazados por el cambio climático en los Montes de Valsaín, Segovia
Proyecto NBS URBAN Mapa del potencial de Soluciones Naturales para la Adaptación al Cambio Climático a nivel local: Guía metodológica para su identificación y mapeo. Caso de estudio Donostia-San Sebastián
EGOKI: integrar la adaptación al cambio climático en la planificación territorial y urbanística de municipios navarros
Otros Casos Practicos
Isola Vicentina (Italy) signed the EU’s Mayors Adapt initiative (current Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy) in 2014 and since then started the elaboration process of its Municipal Water Management Plan (MWMP) in order to integrate climate change adaptation into its water management polici
In Germany, for a long time a single fee for both rainwater and wastewater was levied in all communities.
Sustainable development has been a major concern for the City of Paris for more than 10 years.
Evidence that elevated temperatures can lead to increased mortality and morbidity is well documented, with population vulnerability being location specific. The elderly are particular vulnerable to extreme heat stress.
The Green Urban Infrastructure Strategy was launched by the City Council of Vitoria-Gasteiz in 2012.
From 1999 to 2011, the municipality of Timmendorfer Strand in Germany developed and implemented a coastal flood defence strategy using a participatory process. In 1999, a first discussion about an integrated coastal flood defence concept for the community of Timmendorfer Strand started.
The rural district of Aurich in Lower Saxony is the northernmost district of Germany, bordering the Netherlands and the North Sea. Its natural environment is characterised by the Wadden Sea, by three islands off the coast and by more than 70km of coastline.
Hesketh Out Marsh is the biggest managed realignment project in the UK, and is one of the country’s most important estuary habitats for birdlife. The original saltmarsh was isolated from the estuary in 1980 by the creation of an outer wall, and was used for growing crops.
The Alfacada and Tancada coastal lagoons are located in the Delta del Ebro Natural Park. The lagoons are vulnerable to the effects of climate change, particularly sea level rise, in combination with sediment deficit due to river regulation, leading to exacerbated coastal erosion and subsidence.