In the context of the EU project SUPEERA project, a series of policy briefs are currently being developed to identify concrete R&I challenges in EU policies relevant to the energy research community.
The final goal is to support the achievement of the Clean Energy Transition (CET). The analysis of the policies identified has the two fold objective of supporting recommendations towards the EERA membership and the SET Plan ecosystem at large. The following paper analyses the European Commission new Adaption Strategy, published on February 24 of 2021, which sets a pathway to increase Europe’s preparedness to the inevitable consequences of climate change impacts. This updated version of the 2013 Climate Change Adaptation Strategy goes beyond an improved understanding of the problem, by making adaptation measures a central element to be considered across the board.
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