The interviews focus on the partners' experiences on this innovative way to respond to the challenges related to climate change via a cross-sectorial approach.
The climate change risk assessment tools portfolio collects existing and widely used risk assessment methods and tools.
This is a useful reference for understanding the links between potential drivers, hazards, and their potential impacts of climate change - direct, indirect and even cascading - on society.
The first Transnational Policy Dialogue meeting of the CASCADE project took place during the Union of the Baltic Cities XV General Conference in Kaunas, Lithuania, 16 October 2019. The objective of the session: “Local perspectives for solving climate change related security risks –joining forces to effectively work with Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation” was to collect input from the cities in the Baltic Sea Region regarding challenges and needs.