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Although platform development is considered as a national task, since the end of 2014, EU funding is available that can be used for the development of a platform. Potential future sources of funding at the EU-level for national and transnational climate adaptation platforms are described in the 2013 EU Adaptation Strategy with the main three identified being:

  • Climate Action under the LIFE instrument;
  • H2020 with DG CLIMA wanting to influence the 2016-2017 H2020 programme planning (focus on interfaces - information providers versus adaptation actors); and
  • Mainstreaming CCA in the EU budget, related to EU Policies and Europe 2020. 

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  • streerog (Roger Street) 07 Apr 2015 17:06:30

    Jelena Milos - DG CLIMA also provided (and will do so) support through project funding for dissemination activities, in addition to functional developments.

    • streerog (Roger Street) 07 Apr 2015 17:06:57

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      Jelena Milos - DG CLIMA also provided (and will do so) support through project funding for dissemination activities, in addition to functional developments.

  • streerog (Roger Street) 07 Apr 2015 17:13:21

    Jelena Milos -

    On the paragraph:

    'Potential future sources of funding at the EU-level for national and transnational climate adaptation* platforms are described in the 2013 EU Adaptation Strategy.  The three main instruments can also fund adaptation platforms:   with the main three identified being:

    • · The sub-programme for Climate Action under the LIFE instrument;
    • · H2020 with DG CLIMA wanting to influence the 2016-2017 H2020 programme planning (focus on interfaces - information providers versus adaptation actors); and
    • · European Structural and Investment funds (ESIF) Mainstreaming CCA in the EU budget, related to EU Policies and Europe 2020.'

     

    *This is incorrect somewhat.  Funding sources for adaptation are identified in the Strategy, not specifically for platforms.  I have suggested rewording it to clarify.

    • streerog (Roger Street) 07 Apr 2015 17:13:43

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      Jelena Milos -

      On the paragraph:

      'Potential future sources of funding at the EU-level for national and transnational climate adaptation* platforms are described in the 2013 EU Adaptation Strategy.  The three main instruments can also fund adaptation platforms:   with the main three identified being:

      • · The sub-programme for Climate Action under the LIFE instrument;
      • · H2020 with DG CLIMA wanting to influence the 2016-2017 H2020 programme planning (focus on interfaces - information providers versus adaptation actors); and
      • · European Structural and Investment funds (ESIF) Mainstreaming CCA in the EU budget, related to EU Policies and Europe 2020.'

       

      *This is incorrect somewhat.  Funding sources for adaptation are identified in the Strategy, not specifically for platforms.  I have suggested rewording it to clarify.

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