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Project Adapt Northern Heritage
|Project Acronym||Adapt Northern Heritage|
|Project Title||Adapting northern cultural heritage to environmental impacts of climate change through community engagement and informed conservation planning|
|Priority||4 Natural and Cultural Heritage|
|Objective||4 Increased capacity for sustainable environmental management|
|Theme||Emergency, natural disasters, risk prevention, health|
|Target groups|| regional public authority |
national public authority
local public authority
interest groups including NGOs
|Joint Secretariat Desk Officer||Christopher Parker|
|Project duration||30-04-16 to 29-11-16|
|Total budget||44 943 EUR|
|NPA co-financing||29 212 EUR|
The objective of the preparatory project is to develop a high quality main project application.
Adapt Northern Heritage (ANH) will develop a software platform and community network for location-specific environmental risks and vulnerability assessments of historic places. Based on climate change predictions, this will enable local and regional authorities and local and special-interest communities to identify and implement adaptation activities through informed and sustainable conservation planning.
Due to the remoteness and geographical dispersedness, authorities and communities in Europe’s Northern Periphery and Arctic (NPA) area and in other northern world regions are finding it particularly difficult to develop the required capacities, and allocate sufficient resources, to achieve sustainable heritage management which actively takes climate change into account. Through its dual output, ANH will support stakeholders in coping with the complexities added to heritage management by planning for climate change impacts.