REGILIENCE project aims to foster the adoption and wide dissemination of regional climate resilience pathways, following a demand-driven approach and bearing in mind the expertise and knowledge acquired, as well as the solutions available from Innovation Packages and other sources.
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The objective is to enable regions to co-design and finalize climate resilience pathways and to offer comprehensive support to regional and local changemakers. To do so, we provide a customised support service and peer-to-peer mentorship. We also coordinate the testing of public-private partnerships (PPPs), and organise the following training sessions:
We aim for an interactive format including short presentations according to the topic of each session followed by discussions and good practice examples. We aim to have a “testimonial” at each session to motivate participants to replicate and provide concrete examples. The sessions will be divided into two cycles with a flexible structure to adjust the format according to the collected feedback from participants. Please see below more details about the two rounds:
|Welcome and introduction | Moderator: Matthias Watzak-Helmer (FEDARENE)|
Presentation of the EU resilience landscape | Johannes KLUMPERS (DG CLIMA)
REGILIENCE and the first Adaptation Mission projects cluster | Guido SCHMIDT (Fresh Thoughts)
Presentation of the Mission Implementation Platform | Richard SMITHERS (Ricardo Energy & Environment)
Covenant of Mayors – Policy Support Facility | tbc. (ICLEI)
Wrap-up and closing | Matthias Watzak-Helmer (FEDARENE)
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