Foresight workshop summary: The future of Europe depends on how it manages the risks of climate extremes: Foresight: December 2018 Workshop summary

M. Leitner, I. Coninx, R.J. Swart, Tiago Capela Lourenço

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Abstract

This report is partly based on the The future of Europe and the future of climate action: reflections and scenarios for the EU27 by Jonathan Gaventa and Manon Dufour, E3G; Martin Nesbit and Kamila Paquel, IEEP and Radostina Primova, HBS EU and mostly on the PLACARD Foresight workshop: facing the future of Europe’s climate – EU governance and climate risks at a crossroads One of the working streams of PLACARD is to promote foresight. Foresight is a method to try out a set of forward-looking approaches that help decision-makers explore and anticipate what might happen. This allows decision-makers to prepare for a range of possible futures, and influence and shape those futures.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLisbon
Number of pages36
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2019

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