Financing urban adaptation tot climate change

R.J. Swart, B. Georgi, L. Romanovska, T. Dworak, M. Berglund, H. van Gossum, Sandra van de Water, P. Bosch, V. Rovers, L. Eichler

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Abstract

Despite the global signals, and European and national
efforts to unlock climate finance, meeting the costs
of adaptation measures for climate change is a
major challenge for relevant authorities and private
stakeholders. However, municipalities across Europe
— cities, towns and smaller districts — have found
various innovative ways to overcome the challenge of
financing their adaptation measures. The 11 city case
studies presented in this publication, and the lessons
they provide, can inspire other cities and smaller
municipalities to reproduce these measures.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherEEA - European Environment Agency
Number of pages36
Volume2
ISBN (Print)9789292138455
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Publication series

NameEEA Report
No.2

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    Swart, R. J., Georgi, B., Romanovska, L., Dworak, T., Berglund, M., van Gossum, H., van de Water, S., Bosch, P., Rovers, V., & Eichler, L. (2017). Financing urban adaptation tot climate change. (EEA Report; No. 2). EEA - European Environment Agency. https://doi.org/10.2800/235562