Check out REACHOUT’s latest Guidelines for Climate Service Tools

The REACHOUT project is developing a Triple-A Toolkit to support the uptake of climate services for climate resilience and urban adaptation in Europe. To this end, a range of tools and services are being iteratively updated and tested through co-creation activities in Cross Hub Development Teams. This report is the second in a series, providing an update on the REACHOUT tools as they currently stand. This document will be used as the basis for an online, user-friendly overview of the tools and their main features. (Image left: Crowdsource Tool)

 

Impact diagram workshop by Tecnalia

In the first part of the tool descriptions, we summarise general information about the REACHOUT tools including their primary purposes and benefits. The information will be of interest to city representatives, local consultants and service providers, and non-technical municipal staff or in a single case also real estate investors.

The tools and services are classified according to the pillars of the Triple-A approach: Analysis, Ambition, Action. We provide an insight into how City Hubs have implemented the tools thus far and the ways in which they might be combined with other REACHOUT tools. For the more technical reader, more detailed information helps to understand precisely which data, software programming and analytical skills are necessary to set-up and run the tools. The report ends with an overview of the tools according to their feasibility to use by cities. (Image above: Impact diagram workshop by Tecnalia in Logroño)

This report will be updated at the end of the project as Deliverable 3.7 according to further improvements of the tools within REACHOUT.

Read the full report here.

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The climate story of Gdynia​

Short summary: A story about Jan and Maria during extreme precipitation.

Theme: Flooding

End user: Citizens

Link to the story: under construction