The project AdriAdapt produced a promotional video indicating the importance of developing and implementing a local climate change adaptation plan to reduce or even prevent risks to protect people and their property across the Adriatic coast. The video was made in Croatian and Italian and translated into English in order to reach a growing population in disseminating information about the importance of the impact of climate change on the local and regional levels of the coastal area of Croatia and Italy.
AdriAdapt is an information platform on climate change resilience for Adriatic local communities. Six Italian and five Croatian partners joined to promote local and regional resilience through the development of the knowledge base needed to identify appropriate climate change adaptation options and associated planning. Due to the growing consequences of climate change that negatively affect populations and areas inside and outside cities and local economies, the AdriAdapt project aims to help cities along the Adriatic coast create good and sustainable strategies aimed at strengthening climate change resilience and preparation for climate change.
The AdriAdapt project connected local decision-makers with experts and scientists from Italy and Croatia, who together created a knowledge base for cities to adapt to climate change. The aim of the project is to strengthen local capacities for adaptation to climate change in the Adriatic region, through an online platform containing guidelines, a manual on funding opportunities for adaptation to climate change, data, case studies and an integrated adaptation planning tool to help local governments take action. and in developing plans to increase resilience to climate change in urban and coastal areas.
Watch the video on the website adriadapt.eu.