EIT Climate-KIC partner the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP), has published the 'Resilient Regions Reconnaissance Report.' The report tests modern-day assumptions—or paradigms—to uncover new and innovative ways the Resilient Regions Deep Demonstration can tackle climate change.
About Resilient Regions
The impacts of climate change involve slow-onset changes, extreme events and increasing systemic risks. Some regions of Europe are particularly exposed to these impacts due to the make-up of their landscapes, economies and societies.
EIT Climate-KIC is taking a systems innovation approach to forging resilience in these regions. This deep demonstration has been designed to create a transformative impact by shifting regions’ hazard-by-hazard risk reduction practices to a state where people, communities, and systems are able to withstand and bounce back from shocks, to persist through slow-onset stresses and to transform through crises. Early partners include regional governments in Andalusia, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, the Dolomites and Glasgow.
Find out more about the people and places involved in Resilient Regions. Keep visiting this page for new content from EIT Climate-KIC and from the many partners involved in this demonstration.