The goal of the project was to deliver quantified evidence of climate change impactscand the costs and benefits of a wide range of adaptation measures, focusing on cities.
To achieve this, the RAMSES consortium engaged with stakeholders to ensure the information gathered was policy relevant and ultimately enabled the design and implementation of adaptation strategies in the EU and beyond. The project ran between 2012 - 2017.
The project consolidated a rigorous, analytical framework for the implementation of adaptation strategies and measures in Europe and international cities. This framework turned out especially useful for municipalities.
CMF was responsible for the development and implementation of the communication and dissemination strategy and the execution of the communication as well as the production of web-based audiovisual guidance. Other partners in this project were the WHO, the Tyndall Centre and the London School of Economics.
Here you can find impressions of a stakeholder dialogue that was held during the project.