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EEA publish new report EEA publish new report 6.April 2017
Despite budgetary challenges, cities and towns across Europe are taking action to put in place measures that will help them adapt to the impacts of climate change. A new European Environment Agency (EEA) report highlights the opportunities open to municipalities to share best practices and how they can support projects like green roofs or expanding city parks to help alleviate the negative effects of climate change.
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New book on climate change New book on climate change 24.March 2017
The Danish Board of Technology Foundation has recently finished a project "BASE" in cooperation with various Danish muncipalities and European cities concerning the challenges of climate change.
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New Nature Solutions Prevent Cities from Flooding New Nature Solutions Prevent Cities from Flooding 5.January 2017
Climate proofing doesn’t only have to be about digging holes in the ground or expanding drain pipes. By thinking creatively, climate proofing could clear the way for new nature solutions, more outdoor life, and less nitrogen in the water. Nine new projects are providing tangible examples.
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CLIWAT - Groundwater CLIWAT - Groundwater 13.July 2016
In a new book, from the international research project CLIWAT, the main results and recommendations of the projects are highlighted. The book is aimed at politicians and decision makers on a local, regional, national level.
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Climate adaptation is worth millions 3.March 2016
A new tool calculates whether flood prevention really does pay off. On the Danish island Lolland, the tool has already shown that adaptation to climate changes by means of a new lake provides an economic gain of DKK 20 million.
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Six mayors have joined forces to flood-proof an area around a river Six mayors have joined forces to flood-proof an area around a river 18.July 2013
Six municipalities surrounding Copenhagen risk flooding in the event of cloudbursts and storm surges. A major cross-municipal project will address this risk.
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Exotic fish species in Danish waters due to climate change Exotic fish species in Danish waters due to climate change 18.July 2013
New research from the Technical University of Denmark shows that the rise in sea temperature has encouraged fish species from warmer seas to migrate northwards. Danish fishermen could soon be fishing for swordfish and anchovies instead of cod and herring.
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Danish railway bridges are being secured against cloudbursts Danish railway bridges are being secured against cloudbursts 19.November 2012
After one of the largest cloudbursts on record in Danish history, and the subsequent collapse of a watercourse crossing and an embankment at Adsbøl in South Jutland, Rail Net Denmark has now investigated all watercourse crossings under railways.
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