World Cities Day Webinar on Urban Ecosystems-based Adaptation (EbA): People, Nature and Climate Justice in Cities of the Global South 

Ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) includes a broad set of approaches to adapt to climate change, that focus on the management of ecosystems and their services to reduce the vulnerability of human communities. EbA has gained popularity as an approach to climate adaptation, and a wide body of evidence for EbA across the spectrum of green-grey approaches has been generated. However, few of these examples are in urban contexts, Read More

PlanAdapt Enters into Internship Collaboration with King’s College London

PlanAdapt Enters into Internship Collaboration with King’s College London The Department of Geography at King’s College London runs five masters programmes (e.g. MSc Climate Change: Environment, Science and Policy; MSc Risk Analysis, Disasters and Resilience or MSc Sustainable Cities). Several of which are strongly aligned with PlanAdapt’s remit. In addition to coursework, the Department offers Read More

PlanAdapt Selected to Join Global Goals Lab 2020/21

Courageous and innovative actors and collaborative partnerships are needed to move one step closer to the UN goals for sustainable development. The Global Goals Lab, therefore, gathers people and ideas that promote sustainable development on an economic, social and ecological level and thus make a contribution to achieving the 17 Global Goals. This year’s Global Read More

World Cities Day Webinar – Ecosystem-based Adaptation in Cities on 30 October: People, Nature & Justice – Practical examples from the Global South

Join the World Cities Day Webinar – Ecosystem-based Adaptation in Cities: People, Nature & Justice – Practical examples from the Global South Friends of Ecosystem-based Adaptation (FEBA), PlanAdapt and the Green-Grey Infrastructure Community of Practice will mark the World Cities Day by hosting a webinar about EbA in Cities, in particular practical examples from the Global South. Read More

Climate Impact Induced Crisis in Europe – PlanAdapt and Global Climate Forum Developed Qualitative Risk Scenarios

Climate Risks Travel Across Geographic Boundaries and Across Sectors – Can Europe’s Economy Be Shook Up By Climate Impacts, Both Within Europe and Outside? Given the reality of globalisation, climate risk is in many cases “borderless” in nature. Climate impacts in one country will create risks and opportunities in other countries, due to cross-border connectivity Read More