Climate scan is an interactive web-based map application for international knowledge
exchange on 'blue-green' projects around the globe. It focuses mainly on the topics
surrounding the areas of urban resilience, climate proofing and climate adaptation.
Over the past few years, more and more adaptive measures for climate change are being
implemented by urban areas worldwide. The objective of climate scan is international
knowledge exchange on climate adaptation projects through an interactive web-based
application. The Hanze University of Applied Sciences coordinates this project involving
over 1000 active participants around the world (both public and private stakeholders).
The Hanze University of Applied Sciences coordinates this project involving over 1500 active
participants around the world (both public and private stakeholders).
Climatescan.nl has proven to be a successful instrument with over 10.000 international projects
in the area of climate adaptation. The tool is used in various international workshops and
projects and meets the demands of various stakeholders.
Want to know more? Then check the research papers written on climate scan.
Nature-Based Solutions Citizen Science ClimateScan
- Web-based international
knowledge exchange tool on urban resilience and climate proofing cities
- Internationale kennisuitwisseling
klimaatbestendige steden (Dutch)
- Kennisuitwisseling klimaatbestendige
steden: ClimateScan (Dutch)
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