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Newsletter from Klimatilpasning.dk

May 2021
With our newsletter at klimatilpasning.dk we aim to share the information that's available on the Danish web portal.

New and updated tools

This time we focus on new and updated tools: KAMP, Kystplanlægger (Coastal Planner) and Climate Atlas.

KAMP - a climate change adaptation and land-use tool

The tool KAMP shows the areas where possible climate change impacts may require looking into. With the introduction of KAMP, local-government planning and environmental workers will have easy access to selected environmental, planning and real property data. KAMP builds on national datasets geared for screening.
KAMP was developed by the Danish Natural Environment Portal in collaboration with the Danish Environmental Protection Agency in consultation with Local Government Denmark, the Danish Business Authority, Central Denmark Region and a number of selected municipalities.
Read more about KAMP...

Coastal planner - Kystplanlægger 2120

The Danish Coastal Authority has prepared a national risk map of Danish coastal areas up to 2120, supplemented by suggested strategies and proposals for specific initiatives to manage flood and erosion risks. The coastal planner is intended to form the scientific basis for future climate change adaptation in Danish coastal areas at national as well as local levels.
Read more about Kystplanlægger...

Climate Atlas

The Climate Atlas was presented in a previous newsletter. Since then new data on temperature, storm surge, evaporation and wind has been added to the atlas. 
See the atlas (only in Danish)...

New cases

Three new cases focus on 1) channelling the water safe through the city Vejle in Jutland on its way to Vejle Fjord rather than into basements and onto roads, 2) storm surge protection and new harbor environment in the city Svendborg at Funen and finally 3)  the transformation of the more than 90-year-old parc, Enghaveparken in Copenhagen into an attractive recreational area and at the same time a retention basin for 22,600 cubic meters of storm water.
Read all cases here...
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