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IMCORE case studies – Comparative Analysis of Adaptation Strategies for Coastal Climate Change

This report was developed to comparatively analyze the nine ECN adaptation strategies and determine why and how differences in advancement arose.

Useful for those wishing to undertake an adaptation strategy or just interested in what we did and the differences between NW Europe ECN.


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CTL – Victoria Rutherford
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ECN, Adaptation Strategy, Comparative Analysis, Maturity, Climate Change
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IMCORE case studies – Comparative Analysis of Adaptation Strategies for Coastal Climate Change

CTL – Victoria Rutherford

To comparatively analyze the nine ECN adaptation strategies and determine why and how differences in advancement arose.

Useful for those wishing to undertake an adaptation strategy or just interested in what we did and the differences between NW Europe ECN.

This learning portal brings together the results and lessons learned from the IMCORE project. This project was funded under the Interreg IVB programme from 2008 to 2011.

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