CLISP

Climate Change Adaptation by Spatial Planning in the Alpine Space

CLISP

Acronimo / Riferimento

CLISP

Titolo

Climate Change Adaptation by Spatial Planning in the Alpine Space

Durata

2008 - 2011

Programma

SPAZIO ALPINO 2007-2013

Riassunto

Climate change will affect spatial development, including land use, socio-economic activities and life-sustaining ecosystem services, in the Alpine Space more severely than in other European regions. Temperature increase, changes in amount, distribution and intensity of precipitation, decreasing snow cover, and more severe weather extremes are expected to cause a variety of adverse climate change impacts, but may also present new opportunities. Growing risks from water scarcity, heat waves and natural hazards (floods, landslides, storms, rockfalls, forest fires) will threaten settlements, physical infrastructure, utilities, material assets and human lives. As a consequence, future development options may be confined and new spatial conflicts, e.g. between risk prevention and land use interests, may emerge. Doing nothing will increase vulnerability of Alpine regions and municipalities, and therewith damages and costs. Spatial planning has major steering capacity in accomplishing adaptation, containing vulnerability and increasing resilience. However, the knowledge, procedures and tools required for fulfilling the key role in adaptation attributed to spatial planning by the EU Green Paper on Adaptation and the EU Territorial Agenda are still widely lacking.

CLISP aims at preventing, reducing and mitigating climate-change related spatial conflicts, vulnerability of spatial development and spatial structures to adverse climate change impacts, and consequential damages and costs. As climate change adaptation, including an integrated approach to adaptation and mitigation issues is still a novel field for spatial planning policy and administration, CLISP is to be regarded as a strategic pilot project.

Parole chiave

Climate change - Risk management / prevention - Territorial development - Knowledge transfer

Capofila

Umweltbundesamt GmbH / Federal Environment Agency

Partner

  • A - Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Forest Department
  • A - Office of the State Government of Styria, Department of State Planning and Regional Development
  • A - Office of the Government of Upper Austria; Department of Spatial Planning
  • A - Regional Government of Salzburg, Department of Spatial Planning
  • A - United Nations Environment Programme, Interim Secretariat of the Carpathian Convention
  • CH - Grisons, Office for Spatial Development
  • CH - Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development, Strategy Group Politics of Rural Areas
  • D - Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology, Department for Regional Planning and Development
  • FL - Principality of Liechtenstein, Ministriy of Environmental Office, Land Use Planning, Agriculture and Forestry
  • I - European Academy of Bolzano
  • I - Italian Ministry for the Environment, the Land and the Sea
  • I - Province of Alessandria
  • SI - Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

Contatti

Capofolia:

UBA - Umweltbundesamt GmbH / EAA - Environment Agency Austria:

  • Wolfgang LEXER: Tel. +43 (0)1 31304 3480 - wolfgang.lexer@umweltbundesamt.at
  • Jochen BÜRGEL: Tel. +43 (0)1 313045962 - jochen.buergel@umweltbundesamt.at
Partner italiani:

MATT - Ministero dell'Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare / Italian Ministry for the Environment, the Land and the Sea:

  • Paolo ANGELINI: Tel. +39 06 57228154 - angelini.paolo@minambiente.it
  • Luca CETARA: Tel. +39 0471 055356 - luca.cetara@eurac.edu

EURAC - Accademia Europea di Bolzano / European Academy of Bolzano:

  • Marc ZEBISCH: Tel . +39 0471 05537 - marc.zebisch@eurac.edu
  • Stefan SCNEIDERBAUER: Tel. +39 0471 055373 - Stefan.Schneiderbauer@eurac.edu

Alessandria - Provincia di Alessandria / Province of Alessandria:

  • Guiseppe TOMASELLO: Tel. +39 0131 304540 - giuseppe.tomasello@provincia.alessandria.it
  • Nuria MIGONE: Tel. '+39 0131 304658 - europa@provincia.alessandria.it

Bilancio totale del progetto

268.140 €

Quota FEDER (€)

203.786 €

Quota FEDER (%)

76%

Subappaltatori

Wolfgang LEXER (UBA - Umweltbundesamt GmbH / EAA - Environment Agency Austria ): Tel. +43 (0)1 31304 3480 - wolfgang.lexer@umweltbundesamt.at

Regioni coinvolte

Rhône-Alpes, PACA, Valle d'Aosta, Piemonte, Liguria, Vallese (cantone)

Territori studiati

Alpes-de-Haute-Provence (04), Hautes-Alpes (05), Alpes Maritimes (06), Isère (38), Savoie (73), Haute-Savoie (74), Var (83), Alessandra, Asti, Biella, Cuneo, Novara, Torino, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, Vercelli, Genova, Imperia, La Spezia, Savona, Valle d'Aosta (regione), Vallese

Località di studio

Alpine arc, and 10 model regions in the Alpine Space (mostly NUTS 3-level):

  • Oberösterreich (A)
  • Liezen (A)
  • Pinzgau-Pongau (A)
  • Berchtesgadener Land (D)
  • Miesbach (D)
  • Gorenjska (SLO)
  • Prov. Autonoma di Bolzano-Alto Adige (I)
  • Com.à Mont. Suol D'Aleramo, Com. Mont. Alta Val Lemme e Alto Ovadese (I)
  • Graubünden (CH)
  • Liechtenstein (FL)

 

Tipi di rischi

Valanghe, Piene e lave torrentizie, Incendi boschivi, Alluvioni, Frane, Progetto trasversale, Clima e rischi naturali

Tematiche

Pianificazione del territorio, Valutazione dei rischi, Gestione integrata, Impatti del cambiamento climatico, Scenari di rischi, Siti pilota, Vulnerabilità

Obiettivi

CLISP intends to contribute to sustainable, climate-proof spatial planning and territorial development in the Alpine Space by being committed to the following main objectives:

  • Developing new climate-proof planning strategies for sustainable and resilient spatial development on transnational, national and regional level.
  • Developing and applying a transferable concept and methodology of regional spatial vulnerability assessment and providing knowledge of vulnerabilities in model regions.
  • Evaluating the 'climate change fitness' of spatial planning systems (legal and institutional framework, instruments, procedures) and identifying strengths, weaknesses and enhancement options.
  • Promoting risk governance approaches to the management of climate-related risks by conducting risk communication activities in model regions and by investigating the performance of existing risk management systems.
  • Establishing a transnational expert network on spatial planning and climate change.
  • Raising awareness of policy- and decision-makers, planning authorities, stakeholders and the public for climate-related risks and the need for adaptation, stimulating implementation processes, and transferring results and experiences to the entire Alpine Space and to other regions.

Metodologia

WP4 - Vulnerability Assessment

  • Developing definitions and a common conceptual framework of regional spatial vulnerability
  • Determining vulnerability indicators and elaborating the methodology and procedure for vulnerability assessments in model regions
  • Assessing vulnerability in model regions, generating vulnerability maps and profiles, and identifying vulnerability 'hot spots'
  • Preparing a knowledge base for a generalised vulnerability classification of the Alpine Space (up-scaling)
  • Transnational evaluation and synthesis of results and preparation of capitalisation for future assessments

WP5 - Spatial Planning Fitness

  • Determining common transnational evaluation criteria for assessing the climate change fitness of spatial planning systems
  • Reviewing the spatial planning systems in the Alpine countries with regard to their climate change adaptation and mitigation capacities
  • In-depth evaluation of relevant spatial planning instruments and procedures in model regions regarding their capability in coping with climate change impacts
  • Identifying enhancement options for spatial planning systems and best practice examples of climate proof planning activities
  • Elaborating a climate change fitness" assessment tool for self-evaluation of Alpine regions and municipalities

WP6 - Risk Communication & Governance

  • Setting up a general framework of risk governance activities within the project, based on the state-of-the-art of risk governance concepts
  • Tailoring climate-related risk communication strategies to stakeholder needs in model regions
  • Conducting risk dialogue with stakeholders and decision-makers in model regions
  • Evaluating performance of existing risk management systems in model regions
  • Exploring opportunities of employing risk governance principles in planning procedures and contributing to increased consideration of climate change issues in spatial planning

WP7 - Climate Proof Planning

  • Establishing a transnational expert network on climate change and spatial planning
  • Elaborating a transnational strategy for climate proof" spatial planning in the Alpine Space
  • Tailoring the transnational strategy to spatial planning systems on national and regional level in the Alpine countries
  • Stimulating implementation processes for climate proof spatial development

WP8 - Climate Change Cluster

  • Alpine Space Programme - Climate Change Cluster booklet & poster

Risultati

WP 4 - Vulnerability Assessment
  • Climate projections for the Alpine Region and the Model Regions based on 8 different regional models
  • Qualitative and quantitative assessment for all model regions regarding climate change impacts
  • Tool Box for the climate change impact assessment in CLISP model regions (for qualitative and quantitative assessment)

WP 5 - Spatial Planning Fitness

  • Transnational analysis of spatial planning systems and legal frameworks
  • General review and in-depth evaluation of spatial planning instruments and procedures (national and model region level) concerning their capacities for adaptation to climate change
  • Good practice examples for "CC-fit" spatial planning systems
  • CCFAT - A Guidance for Planners to assess the Climate Change Fitness of Spatial Planning

WP 6 - Risk Communication and Governance

  • Framework paper of risk governance
  • Manual for CC-risk governance in spatial planning

WP 7 - Climate Proof Planning

  • Transnational Expert Network
  • TPS-Transnational Planning Strategy: Setting the frame for new climate-proof planning strategies for sustainable and resilient spatial development on transnational, national and regional level

WP8 - Climate Change Cluster

  • Alpine Space Programme - Climate Change Cluster booklet & poster

Documenti

Sito web che danno accesso alle risorse del progetto [cf. Pubblicazioni e comunicazioni]

Tipi di prodotti

Cartografia, Guida metodologica, Metodologia, Modellazione numerica, Presentazioni, Relazioni scientifiche, Raccomandazioni, Sito web

Produzione scientifica

Metodologia innovativa, Produzione di conoscenze regionali e locali, Produzione di conoscenze teoriche, Produzione di conoscenze pratiche ed operative

Utenti

Pianificatori, decisori politici, i gestori del rischio

Ripercussioni

n.c.

Pubblicazioni e comunicazioni

Documenti sul sito web del progetto

Final Results

Model Region Report

WP4 - Vulnerability Assessment

WP4 Executive Summaries of Model Regions

WP5 - Spatial Planning Fitness

WP6 - Risk Communication and Governance

WP7 - Climate Proof Planning
WP8 - Climate Change Cluster

 Newsletter :


Conferences

Midterm Conference of the CLISP and ClimAlpTour projects

The Midterm Conference

  • Welcome and introduction by Gian Franco Comaschi, Assessore Province of Alessandria, and Paolo Angelini, National Focal Point for the Alpine Convention, Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea
  • Welcome and introduction to the CLISP Project, Wolfgang Lexer, Lead Partner, Environment Agency Austria | PDF
  • Official presentation of the CLISP Project movie
  • Welcome and introduction to the ClimAlpTour Project, Maurizio Dissegna and Isabella Pasutto, Lead Partner, Veneto Region
  • Welcome and introduction by Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) | PDF
  • Climatechange: Impacts on tourism and on spatial development and joint strategies for adaptation. Felix Kolbeck, Munich University and Pier Carlo Sandei,United nations Environment Programme(UNEP), Regional Office for Europe - Vienna Office | PDF
  • CLISP - Introduction of Model Regions and workprogramme
  • Province of Alessandria: Claudio Coffano and Cecilia Mosca, Project Partner Province of Alessandria | PDF
  • Autonomous Province of Bolzano: Marc Zebisch, European Acadademy of Bolzano (EURAC) | PDF
  • ClimAlpTour - Introduction to Model Regions
  • France: Sarah Rutter, The Mountain Institute, University of Savoy
  • Slovenia: Mimi Urbanc, Scientific Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Art, Anton Melik Geographical Institute
  • Press Conference
  • CLISP Round Table: "Can spatial planning fulfill a key role in adaptation to climate change in the Alpine Space? - State of the art of the CLISP Project and needs for action towards climate-proofing spatial development". Input presentations by Wolfgang Lexer (Lead Partner Environment Agency Austria) | PDF, Stefan Schneiderbauer (EURAC) | PDF, Melanie Butterling (Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development, ARE) | PDF- open to the public.
  • ClimAlpTour Round Table: "Make Alps an interesting tourist destination all the year round. ClimAlpTour, innovative tourist strategies as a response to climate change", - open to the public.

Final Conference

The Final Conference

  • Achim Steiner, UNEP, Welcome Message to CLISP [Quicktime Movie]
  • Alpine Space Programme - Climate Change LP-Cluster [PDF]
    CLISP - Climate Change Adaptation by Spatial Planning in the Alpine Space: Transnational Planning Strategy for Climate Proof Spatial Planning [PDF]
  • Climate change, the need for adaptation, and the adaptation policy framework in the EU and Alpine Space countries, Sabine McCallum, Environment Agency Austria [PDF]
  • The CLISP Project and the role of spatial planning in adaptation to climate change, Wolfgang Lexer, Environment Agency Austria [PDF]
  • Regional vulnerability of spatial development to climate change - A transferable approach to vulnerability assessment and results from model regions - Marc Zebisch, European Academy of Bolzano (EURAC) [PDF]
  • Assessing the climate change fitness of spatial planning - Results from evaluating spatial planning systems, enhancement options, and guidance for planners - Melanie Butterling, Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development (ARE) ; Tanja Simon, Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology (StMWIVT) ; Felix Hoermann, Alpenforschunginstitut (AFI) [PDF]
  • Climate Change Risk Governance in Spatial Planning - Karl Kleemayr, Federal Research and Training

Pagine / siti web

Sito web del progetto: http://www.clisp.eu/

Scheda progetto sul sito web del programma Alpine Space

CLISP

Acronimo / Riferimento

CLISP

Titolo

Climate Change Adaptation by Spatial Planning in the Alpine Space

Durata

2008 - 2011

Programma

SPAZIO ALPINO 2007-2013

Riassunto

Climate change will affect spatial development, including land use, socio-economic activities and life-sustaining ecosystem services, in the Alpine Space more severely than in other European regions. Temperature increase, changes in amount, distribution and intensity of precipitation, decreasing snow cover, and more severe weather extremes are expected to cause a variety of adverse climate change impacts, but may also present new opportunities. Growing risks from water scarcity, heat waves and natural hazards (floods, landslides, storms, rockfalls, forest fires) will threaten settlements, physical infrastructure, utilities, material assets and human lives. As a consequence, future development options may be confined and new spatial conflicts, e.g. between risk prevention and land use interests, may emerge. Doing nothing will increase vulnerability of Alpine regions and municipalities, and therewith damages and costs. Spatial planning has major steering capacity in accomplishing adaptation, containing vulnerability and increasing resilience. However, the knowledge, procedures and tools required for fulfilling the key role in adaptation attributed to spatial planning by the EU Green Paper on Adaptation and the EU Territorial Agenda are still widely lacking.

CLISP aims at preventing, reducing and mitigating climate-change related spatial conflicts, vulnerability of spatial development and spatial structures to adverse climate change impacts, and consequential damages and costs. As climate change adaptation, including an integrated approach to adaptation and mitigation issues is still a novel field for spatial planning policy and administration, CLISP is to be regarded as a strategic pilot project.

Parole chiave

Climate change - Risk management / prevention - Territorial development - Knowledge transfer

Capofila

Umweltbundesamt GmbH / Federal Environment Agency

Partner

  • A - Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Forest Department
  • A - Office of the State Government of Styria, Department of State Planning and Regional Development
  • A - Office of the Government of Upper Austria; Department of Spatial Planning
  • A - Regional Government of Salzburg, Department of Spatial Planning
  • A - United Nations Environment Programme, Interim Secretariat of the Carpathian Convention
  • CH - Grisons, Office for Spatial Development
  • CH - Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development, Strategy Group Politics of Rural Areas
  • D - Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology, Department for Regional Planning and Development
  • FL - Principality of Liechtenstein, Ministriy of Environmental Office, Land Use Planning, Agriculture and Forestry
  • I - European Academy of Bolzano
  • I - Italian Ministry for the Environment, the Land and the Sea
  • I - Province of Alessandria
  • SI - Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

Contatti

Capofolia:

UBA - Umweltbundesamt GmbH / EAA - Environment Agency Austria:

  • Wolfgang LEXER: Tel. +43 (0)1 31304 3480 - wolfgang.lexer@umweltbundesamt.at
  • Jochen BÜRGEL: Tel. +43 (0)1 313045962 - jochen.buergel@umweltbundesamt.at
Partner italiani:

MATT - Ministero dell'Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare / Italian Ministry for the Environment, the Land and the Sea:

  • Paolo ANGELINI: Tel. +39 06 57228154 - angelini.paolo@minambiente.it
  • Luca CETARA: Tel. +39 0471 055356 - luca.cetara@eurac.edu

EURAC - Accademia Europea di Bolzano / European Academy of Bolzano:

  • Marc ZEBISCH: Tel . +39 0471 05537 - marc.zebisch@eurac.edu
  • Stefan SCNEIDERBAUER: Tel. +39 0471 055373 - Stefan.Schneiderbauer@eurac.edu

Alessandria - Provincia di Alessandria / Province of Alessandria:

  • Guiseppe TOMASELLO: Tel. +39 0131 304540 - giuseppe.tomasello@provincia.alessandria.it
  • Nuria MIGONE: Tel. '+39 0131 304658 - europa@provincia.alessandria.it

Bilancio totale del progetto

268.140 €

Quota FEDER (€)

203.786 €

Quota FEDER (%)

76%

Subappaltatori

Wolfgang LEXER (UBA - Umweltbundesamt GmbH / EAA - Environment Agency Austria ): Tel. +43 (0)1 31304 3480 - wolfgang.lexer@umweltbundesamt.at

Regioni coinvolte

Rhône-Alpes, PACA, Valle d'Aosta, Piemonte, Liguria, Vallese (cantone)

Territori studiati

Alpes-de-Haute-Provence (04), Hautes-Alpes (05), Alpes Maritimes (06), Isère (38), Savoie (73), Haute-Savoie (74), Var (83), Alessandra, Asti, Biella, Cuneo, Novara, Torino, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, Vercelli, Genova, Imperia, La Spezia, Savona, Valle d'Aosta (regione), Vallese

Località di studio

Alpine arc, and 10 model regions in the Alpine Space (mostly NUTS 3-level):

  • Oberösterreich (A)
  • Liezen (A)
  • Pinzgau-Pongau (A)
  • Berchtesgadener Land (D)
  • Miesbach (D)
  • Gorenjska (SLO)
  • Prov. Autonoma di Bolzano-Alto Adige (I)
  • Com.à Mont. Suol D'Aleramo, Com. Mont. Alta Val Lemme e Alto Ovadese (I)
  • Graubünden (CH)
  • Liechtenstein (FL)

 

Tipi di rischi

Valanghe, Piene e lave torrentizie, Incendi boschivi, Alluvioni, Frane, Progetto trasversale, Clima e rischi naturali

Tematiche

Pianificazione del territorio, Valutazione dei rischi, Gestione integrata, Impatti del cambiamento climatico, Scenari di rischi, Siti pilota, Vulnerabilità

Obiettivi

CLISP intends to contribute to sustainable, climate-proof spatial planning and territorial development in the Alpine Space by being committed to the following main objectives:

  • Developing new climate-proof planning strategies for sustainable and resilient spatial development on transnational, national and regional level.
  • Developing and applying a transferable concept and methodology of regional spatial vulnerability assessment and providing knowledge of vulnerabilities in model regions.
  • Evaluating the 'climate change fitness' of spatial planning systems (legal and institutional framework, instruments, procedures) and identifying strengths, weaknesses and enhancement options.
  • Promoting risk governance approaches to the management of climate-related risks by conducting risk communication activities in model regions and by investigating the performance of existing risk management systems.
  • Establishing a transnational expert network on spatial planning and climate change.
  • Raising awareness of policy- and decision-makers, planning authorities, stakeholders and the public for climate-related risks and the need for adaptation, stimulating implementation processes, and transferring results and experiences to the entire Alpine Space and to other regions.

Metodologia

WP4 - Vulnerability Assessment

  • Developing definitions and a common conceptual framework of regional spatial vulnerability
  • Determining vulnerability indicators and elaborating the methodology and procedure for vulnerability assessments in model regions
  • Assessing vulnerability in model regions, generating vulnerability maps and profiles, and identifying vulnerability 'hot spots'
  • Preparing a knowledge base for a generalised vulnerability classification of the Alpine Space (up-scaling)
  • Transnational evaluation and synthesis of results and preparation of capitalisation for future assessments

WP5 - Spatial Planning Fitness

  • Determining common transnational evaluation criteria for assessing the climate change fitness of spatial planning systems
  • Reviewing the spatial planning systems in the Alpine countries with regard to their climate change adaptation and mitigation capacities
  • In-depth evaluation of relevant spatial planning instruments and procedures in model regions regarding their capability in coping with climate change impacts
  • Identifying enhancement options for spatial planning systems and best practice examples of climate proof planning activities
  • Elaborating a climate change fitness" assessment tool for self-evaluation of Alpine regions and municipalities

WP6 - Risk Communication & Governance

  • Setting up a general framework of risk governance activities within the project, based on the state-of-the-art of risk governance concepts
  • Tailoring climate-related risk communication strategies to stakeholder needs in model regions
  • Conducting risk dialogue with stakeholders and decision-makers in model regions
  • Evaluating performance of existing risk management systems in model regions
  • Exploring opportunities of employing risk governance principles in planning procedures and contributing to increased consideration of climate change issues in spatial planning

WP7 - Climate Proof Planning

  • Establishing a transnational expert network on climate change and spatial planning
  • Elaborating a transnational strategy for climate proof" spatial planning in the Alpine Space
  • Tailoring the transnational strategy to spatial planning systems on national and regional level in the Alpine countries
  • Stimulating implementation processes for climate proof spatial development

WP8 - Climate Change Cluster

  • Alpine Space Programme - Climate Change Cluster booklet & poster

Risultati

WP 4 - Vulnerability Assessment
  • Climate projections for the Alpine Region and the Model Regions based on 8 different regional models
  • Qualitative and quantitative assessment for all model regions regarding climate change impacts
  • Tool Box for the climate change impact assessment in CLISP model regions (for qualitative and quantitative assessment)

WP 5 - Spatial Planning Fitness

  • Transnational analysis of spatial planning systems and legal frameworks
  • General review and in-depth evaluation of spatial planning instruments and procedures (national and model region level) concerning their capacities for adaptation to climate change
  • Good practice examples for "CC-fit" spatial planning systems
  • CCFAT - A Guidance for Planners to assess the Climate Change Fitness of Spatial Planning

WP 6 - Risk Communication and Governance

  • Framework paper of risk governance
  • Manual for CC-risk governance in spatial planning

WP 7 - Climate Proof Planning

  • Transnational Expert Network
  • TPS-Transnational Planning Strategy: Setting the frame for new climate-proof planning strategies for sustainable and resilient spatial development on transnational, national and regional level

WP8 - Climate Change Cluster

  • Alpine Space Programme - Climate Change Cluster booklet & poster

Documenti

Sito web che danno accesso alle risorse del progetto [cf. Pubblicazioni e comunicazioni]

Tipi di prodotti

Cartografia, Guida metodologica, Metodologia, Modellazione numerica, Presentazioni, Relazioni scientifiche, Raccomandazioni, Sito web

Produzione scientifica

Metodologia innovativa, Produzione di conoscenze regionali e locali, Produzione di conoscenze teoriche, Produzione di conoscenze pratiche ed operative

Utenti

Pianificatori, decisori politici, i gestori del rischio

Ripercussioni

n.c.

Pubblicazioni e comunicazioni

Documenti sul sito web del progetto

Final Results

Model Region Report

WP4 - Vulnerability Assessment

WP4 Executive Summaries of Model Regions

WP5 - Spatial Planning Fitness

WP6 - Risk Communication and Governance

WP7 - Climate Proof Planning
WP8 - Climate Change Cluster

 Newsletter :


Conferences

Midterm Conference of the CLISP and ClimAlpTour projects

The Midterm Conference

  • Welcome and introduction by Gian Franco Comaschi, Assessore Province of Alessandria, and Paolo Angelini, National Focal Point for the Alpine Convention, Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea
  • Welcome and introduction to the CLISP Project, Wolfgang Lexer, Lead Partner, Environment Agency Austria | PDF
  • Official presentation of the CLISP Project movie
  • Welcome and introduction to the ClimAlpTour Project, Maurizio Dissegna and Isabella Pasutto, Lead Partner, Veneto Region
  • Welcome and introduction by Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) | PDF
  • Climatechange: Impacts on tourism and on spatial development and joint strategies for adaptation. Felix Kolbeck, Munich University and Pier Carlo Sandei,United nations Environment Programme(UNEP), Regional Office for Europe - Vienna Office | PDF
  • CLISP - Introduction of Model Regions and workprogramme
  • Province of Alessandria: Claudio Coffano and Cecilia Mosca, Project Partner Province of Alessandria | PDF
  • Autonomous Province of Bolzano: Marc Zebisch, European Acadademy of Bolzano (EURAC) | PDF
  • ClimAlpTour - Introduction to Model Regions
  • France: Sarah Rutter, The Mountain Institute, University of Savoy
  • Slovenia: Mimi Urbanc, Scientific Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Art, Anton Melik Geographical Institute
  • Press Conference
  • CLISP Round Table: "Can spatial planning fulfill a key role in adaptation to climate change in the Alpine Space? - State of the art of the CLISP Project and needs for action towards climate-proofing spatial development". Input presentations by Wolfgang Lexer (Lead Partner Environment Agency Austria) | PDF, Stefan Schneiderbauer (EURAC) | PDF, Melanie Butterling (Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development, ARE) | PDF- open to the public.
  • ClimAlpTour Round Table: "Make Alps an interesting tourist destination all the year round. ClimAlpTour, innovative tourist strategies as a response to climate change", - open to the public.

Final Conference

The Final Conference

  • Achim Steiner, UNEP, Welcome Message to CLISP [Quicktime Movie]
  • Alpine Space Programme - Climate Change LP-Cluster [PDF]
    CLISP - Climate Change Adaptation by Spatial Planning in the Alpine Space: Transnational Planning Strategy for Climate Proof Spatial Planning [PDF]
  • Climate change, the need for adaptation, and the adaptation policy framework in the EU and Alpine Space countries, Sabine McCallum, Environment Agency Austria [PDF]
  • The CLISP Project and the role of spatial planning in adaptation to climate change, Wolfgang Lexer, Environment Agency Austria [PDF]
  • Regional vulnerability of spatial development to climate change - A transferable approach to vulnerability assessment and results from model regions - Marc Zebisch, European Academy of Bolzano (EURAC) [PDF]
  • Assessing the climate change fitness of spatial planning - Results from evaluating spatial planning systems, enhancement options, and guidance for planners - Melanie Butterling, Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development (ARE) ; Tanja Simon, Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology (StMWIVT) ; Felix Hoermann, Alpenforschunginstitut (AFI) [PDF]
  • Climate Change Risk Governance in Spatial Planning - Karl Kleemayr, Federal Research and Training

Pagine / siti web

Sito web del progetto: http://www.clisp.eu/

Scheda progetto sul sito web del programma Alpine Space

Banca dati progetti
Fondo Europeo di Sviluppo Regionale Alcotra - Insieme oltre i confini Governo italiano Regione Valle d'Aosta Regione Piemonte Rhône-Alpes Dreal Rhône-Alpes
Provincia di Imperia Regione Liguria Région Paca Provincia di Cuneo Conséil Général Alpes Maritimes Dreal PACA
Conseil Général de la Savoie Conseil Général de Haute-Savoie Canton du Valais Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières Centre Méditerranéen de l'Environnement Provincia di Torino