A set of measures forms each climate adaptation strategy. A list of more than 100 of adaptation measures is available for users, which can be selected to create a particular climate adaptation strategy. A filter in this step will ease you the measures selection. Moreover, if any of the available measures are suitable for your city, new ones can be created.
Establish a specific call for grants to promote the citizen climate agenda, thus rewarding innovation and cooperation
Step up comprehensive pest control
Improve the city's cleaning services to keep away debris and other items from the sewage, avoiding blocakges, water pollution and other issues.
Strengthen the participation of the local community in defining urban development, green development and mobility plans for mitigating the effects of climate change
Strengthen the services for the most vulnerable people at the Citizen Help and Information Offices (OACs) to help prevent the effects of heat and other extreme climate events
Study the effects of climate change on the sea temperature
Enhance knowledge about how climate change affects health
Study the impact that climate change could have on the price of basic supplies and food
Put a sustainability reference figure in place in each district
Shallow, flat bottomed, vegetated open chanels designed to convey, treat and often attenuate surface water runoff. They are often used to drain roads, paths or car parks. This measure is part of the called Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS).
Find solutions to the problem of mosquito reproduction in scuppers and reservoir roofs
Training and conducting workshops allow highlight the strengths and opportunities for improvement of plans and procedures of utilities.
Incorporate up-to-date climate projections in future editions of the Drought Protocol
Use drainage paving by means of innovative public procurement
New and existing buildings in flood risk areas can be used as flood defence. The buildings should be completely integrated in the flood defence to create a reliable flood defence.
Along with conventional methods for disseminating messages on flooding, in recent years frontline responders have started to use social media. Social media tools can provide a valuable resource to deliver up to date warnings and information to the public, media and even other responders.
Carry out further studies on the vulnerability of beaches to erosion and sea flooding
Have a water supply plan in place that gathers all potential scenarios and mitigation plans