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Brief communication: Strengthening coherence between climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction through policies, methods and practices in Europe

Jaroslav Mysiak1, Sergio Castellari2,8, Blaz Kurnik2, Rob Swart3, Patrick Pringle4,9, Reimund Schwarze5, Henk Wolters6, Ad Jeuken6, and Paul van der Linden7 Jaroslav Mysiak et al.
  • 1Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change and Università Ca' Foscari, Venezia Marghera, 30175, Italy
  • 2European Environment Agency, Copenhagen, 1050, Denmark
  • 3Wageningen Environmental Research, Wageningen, 6708PB, The Netherlands
  • 4Climate Analytics GmbH, Berlin, 10969 Germany
  • 5Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung – UFZ, Leipzig, 04318, Germany
  • 6Deltares, Delft, 2600 MH, The Netherlands
  • 7Met Office, Exeter, Devon, EX1 3PB, United Kingdom
  • 8Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Bologna, 40100, Italy
  • 9Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP), Apia, Samoa

Abstract. Reducing natural hazard risks and adapting to climate change are ever more important policy goals. Sound climate risk management will lessen the impacts of disaster risks and contribute to boosting resilience. Climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction have to some extent been mainstreamed into international and national policies but it is important to ensure that the resulting efforts are consistent and mutually supportive. The EEA report »Climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in Europe: enhancing coherence of the knowledge base, policies and practices« identifies several ways how the coherence between CCA and DRR can be promoted.

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Climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction are important and complementary policy goals. However, public policies, methods and practices across both policy domains often lack coherence, and opportunities are not fully exploited to build up resilience. We have identified cases and principles that hold potential for promoting coherence through sharing knowledge, closer collaboration between existing science and policy platforms and networks, and better use of financial resources.
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