The Swedish portal for climate change adaptation supports society and citizens preparing for climate change consequences. The portal offers comprehensive information and support within a number of areas. The portal is run by the Swedish National Knowledge Centre for Climate Change Adaptation, in cooperation with nineteen Swedish authorities.

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26 January 2018

Open Data from Copernicus - Opportunities for climate change adaption

The European Union's Earth Observation programme Copernicus collects increasing amounts of data on marine, freshwater, atmosphere and land environments. A new report provides a brief overview of Copernicus, together with examples of how the programme’s data and services can support climate change adaptation in different sectors.

16 November 2017

Research project on climate adaption through managed realignment

The Swedish Geotechnical Institute has been granted research funding by the Swedish Research Council for Sustainable Development (Formas) to study how managed realignment can be a viable climate adaptation strategy. The research project is a co-operation with the Visual Sweden partners Swedish Research Institute (RISE), Linköping University and the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI).

13 October 2017

Regional data after a rise in global temperature of 1.5 degrees

Since the Paris meeting in 2015, researchers have been investigating the effects of a rise in global temperature of 1.5 degrees. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI) present unique data which depict regional climate change after a rise in global temperature of 1.5 degrees.

The Swedish portal for climate change adaptation supports society and citizens preparing for climate change consequences. The portal offers comprehensive information and support within a number of areas. The portal is run by the Swedish National Knowledge Centre for Climate Change Adaptation, in cooperation with nineteen Swedish authorities.

News

26 January 2018

Open Data from Copernicus - Opportunities for climate change adaption

The European Union's Earth Observation programme Copernicus collects increasing amounts of data on marine, freshwater, atmosphere and land environments. A new report provides a brief overview of Copernicus, together with examples of how the programme’s data and services can support climate change adaptation in different sectors.

16 November 2017

Research project on climate adaption through managed realignment

The Swedish Geotechnical Institute has been granted research funding by the Swedish Research Council for Sustainable Development (Formas) to study how managed realignment can be a viable climate adaptation strategy. The research project is a co-operation with the Visual Sweden partners Swedish Research Institute (RISE), Linköping University and the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI).

13 October 2017

Regional data after a rise in global temperature of 1.5 degrees

Since the Paris meeting in 2015, researchers have been investigating the effects of a rise in global temperature of 1.5 degrees. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI) present unique data which depict regional climate change after a rise in global temperature of 1.5 degrees.

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