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RADOST on Tour: On the Way to Regional Climate Adaptation

Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
10. September 2012 - 20. September 2012

The RADOST project is going on tour! Under the title “Baltic Sea Coast 2100 – On the way to regional climate adaptation,” project staff and network partners of RADOST will spend 10 to 20 September 2012 presenting and discussing recent research findings about regional climate adaptation in various stations throughout Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

Public evening events will be held to present local insights about climate change and its expected impacts by 2100 to all interested. On this occasion, the RADOST team also hopes to discuss the adaptation measures developed within the project with a broad audience.

In addition, ten visits to federal state-level authorities and other regional institutions will allow for in-depth exchange of project results with the relevant experts of these institutions.

More information about the tour is available on the German website.