The new EU Commission is starting work with a big undertaking for the climate. From 2050 no new greenhouse gases are to be emitted in the EU. The "Green Deal" also includes an interim target for 2030, by which time emissions should be 50 to 55 percent below 1990 levels. A minus of only 40 percent was previously planned.
Every year, the European Commission awards those EU-funded projects, which demonstrate excellence and new approaches in regional development. With the goal of inspiring other regions and project managers across Europe, participating projects are in the spotlight of communication activities at European level.
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We work on these four cases: Heat waves and storms making the population suffer, extreme weather destroying urban networks, and flooding issues that cause replannings of whole cities. CLARITY develops the necessary solutions and provides information for others.
The effects of climate change in the metropolitan Naples become frequent and intense. CLARITY provides a climate-service.
CLARITY works together with key stakeholders to create strategies how to adapt Spanish highways to future climate impacts.
Being surrounded by water and exposed to extreme rain events, Stockholm has to think carefully how to build new housings.