Developing resilience against extreme weather threats caused by climate change at local level in Central Europe
Extreme weather events are increasing with rising temperatures. They are best tackled in collaboration but the task too often relies on experts alone. The LOCALIENCE project takes disaster managers out of their one-directional information and service provider position and connects them in a co-design process with local communities. The partnership develops and tests collaborative disaster response and management solutions and mobilises local communities through mutual learning and networking.
of the Budget is funded by ERDF
Ministry of Interior
Institute for Hydraulic Engineering and Hydrometry and Institute for Land and Water Management Research
Abteilung 14 Wasserwirtschaft, Ressourcen und Nachhaltigkeit
Institute of Epidemiology and Public Health, Faculty of Medicine
Crisis Information Centre
The consequences of climate change have caught us – let’s cooperate!
To prevent or at least reduce the damage we need to become better adapted and built resilience to the extreme events. We believe that adaptation only becomes effective through cooperation. LOCALIENCE project partners were solving this challenge in Co-operation workshop on 29. November 2023.
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