Adaptation to climate change in the Mediterranean: feedback and best practices

Editions of the “Mediterranean Climate Change Adaptation Awards” are organised by the French Agency for ecological transition (ADEME), with the support of its Mediterranean partners the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) and Plan Bleu. The competition rewards exemplary and concrete actions to adapt to climate change in the Mediterranean.

ADEME, the Secretariat of the Union for the Mediterranean and Plan Bleu invite you to take part in the conference for the closure of the 3rd Trophies award for adapting to climate change in the Mediterranean.

– Where: direct link to conference https://bit.ly/3AGfMqx (without registration)
– Language: French / English / Arabic
– Audience: local authority, national agency, public university, NGO, company

The Mediterranean basin, with its 500 million inhabitants, is an area that has been strongly impacted by climate change, as outlined in the recent report by the MedECC (Mediterranean Experts on Climate and Environmental Change). The towns and regions of the Mediterranean basin have made use of their strengths to boost the resilience of their social, economic and environmental systems, helping them to absorb the impact of extreme weather and climatic events today and tomorrow.
The competition rewards local players for exemplary and replicable practices to adapt to climate change. This 3rd Trophies ceremony is a chance to recall the urgency of taking action and the importance of sharing experience.

The aim? To inspire, innovate and mobilise all the players involved in adapting to climate change from coastal, urban and rural populations around the Mediterranean Sea. Come and meet the Trophies 2021 prize-winners and discuss the obstacles to overcome and the conditions for the success and deployment of these solutions on a wider scale.

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