CLISP Transnational Strategy for Climate Proof Spatial Planning C3-Alps

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Description

The CLISP transnational strategy was developed within a former Alpine Space project as a pioneer initiative. This initiative aimed at developing an integrated, cross-border document providing transferable approaches in spatial planning systems in order to adopt climate change. The objective of the C3-Alps study on CLISP is to analyse ex-post the strengths and weaknesses of this initiative.

Target group/users

Policy makers

Integration to CESBA

Project and Funding programme

Name of project: C3-Alps

Funding programme: Alpine space programme

Publication date

17.04.2014

Regions of implementation:

Boite Valley (IT)

Brenta River Basin (IT)

Black Forest (DE)

Leichtenstein (LI)

Lower Austria (AT)

Megève (FR)

Verbano-Cusio-Ossola (IT)

Savoie (FR)

Vinschgau - Val Venosta (IT)

Schwindegg (DE)

Mittenwald (DE)

Koroska (SI)

Gorenjska (SI)

Languages

English

Contact

Organization: Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL)

Responsible Partner: Federal Office for Spatial Development, Section Rural Areas and Landscape

Name of contact person: Mrs. Melanie Butterling

E-Mail: melanie.butterling@are.admin.ch

Phone number: 0041 313224064

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Climate Change Adaptation Policies, Governance and the Science-Policy Interface in Alpine Countries and Regions (2012)