Urban Policy Narratives

Urban policy narratives concern common policy challenges for cities to build climate resilience, while integrating adaptation actions within the broader policy context. ​

In this section you will find an initial set of urban policy narratives by showcasing various perspectives on what urban resilience means, identified urban challenges, and the best ways to utilize the relevant tools, data and climate services along the REACHOUT Triple-A framework. These perspectives encompass various interpretations of the main issues and the necessary forms of intervention (policies) to address them.​

Once developed, the narratives can also be reused by other policy makers to learn and make their city more climate resilient.

Heatwaves on Health​

This narrative is about heatwaves and the impacts on health

Integrated Flood management​

This narrative is about strategies for integrated flood management​

Urban Heat Island in cities​

This narrative is about urban planning to minimize Urban Heat Island ​

NBS for urban sustainability​

This narrative is about how Nature-based solutions can support urban sustainability​
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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