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Record number 352821
Title Climate adaptation in the Netherlands
Author(s) Groot, R.S. de; Ierland, E.C. van; Kuikman, P.J.; Nillesen, E.E.M.; Platteeuw, M.; Tassone, V.C.; Verhagen, A.; Verzandvoort, S.J.E.
Source Bilthoven : Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (Report / Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency 500102 003) - 118
Department(s) Environmental Systems Analysis Group
Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group
Soil Science Centre
Agrosystems
WIMEK
Publication type Scientific report
Publication year 2006
Keyword(s) landgebruik - natuurbescherming - waterbeheer - verkeer - klimaatverandering - land use - nature conservation - water management - traffic - climatic change
Categories Climatic Change / Land Use Planning / Nature Management (General)
Abstract IPCC (2001) indicates that climate change will take place despite the mitigation strategies that are going to be implemented. This calls for adaptation strategies in order to reduce the vulnerability to climate change. The aim of this project was to make a policy assessment to contribute to a more thorough understanding of the adaptation options, their costs and benefits and the policy conclusions that could be attached to the results. The study is based on literature reviews, consultation of stakeholders and the design and implementation of a database with various options, and a first sketch of their incremental costs and benefits, either in quantitative of qualitative terms, and as far as current information allows. The study also pays attention to the institutional aspects by analyzing the role of the actors involved and the barriers and opportunities for implementing adaptation options.
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