Development of Urban Adaptation Plans for cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants in Poland

44 Polish cities, in cooperation with the Ministry of the Environment, participate in the project aimed at adapting them to the observed and prognosed climate changes.

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Project’s summary report is already available

General information, collective results, conclusions for the future, examples of adaptation measures, challenges and opportunities for adaptation to climate change - these are just some of the issues included in the already available publication summarising the project "Developing plans for adaptation to climate change in cities with a population above 100,000 inhabitants".

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The publication had its premiere during the COP24 Climate Summit in Katowice, and is now available both in Polish and English on our website. On over 30 pages you will find the information about the project, its course, results and recommendations from experts and partner cities – all these were presented in a synthetic way. The publication may be particularly useful for smaller cities that intend to prepare a plan for adaptation to climate change. The publication is also the conclusion of a 2-year project and the work of more than 1,000 people who have been involved in its preparation, even to the smallest extent! The official completion of the project will take place on 12 January 2019, and already on 9 January in Warsaw there will be a conference summarizing the project.

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Summary report – English version

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