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Date du début: 1 oct. 2001, Date de fin: 29 juin 2007 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

ESPACE is a UK-led project (Hampshire County Council) with 10 partners, many from across the water in Belgium and the Netherlands. The project seeks to contribute to challenge faced by administrations to minimise the risk that climate change brings to society, economy and the environment, by influencing the philosophy and practice of spatial planning. The core objectives of the project are to develop a approach to spatial planning that can be applied transnationally and which will, on the one hand, help determine how best to incorporate considerations concerning the potential impacts of climate change into policy strategy, and, on the other hand, recommend the most suitable approaches at local, regional, national and European levels. Almost six years in duration, the project is composed of a number of key actions: i) establishing an extended partnership to contribute to the development of a transnational approach; ii) raising awareness among stakeholders on a variety of issues related to climate change and adaptation; iii) reviewing and test relevant corrective measure and policies; iv) developing mechanisms to influence the decision-making process. The extended partnership will secure the wide dissemination of project results to influence future policy formulation practices. Achievements: The main outcomes of ESPACE are a dynamic transnational approach to adaptation to climate change within spatial planning mechanisms which can be implemented by the Partners and is a suitable approach for European, national, regional and local levels; - The ESPACE Strategy AND >> Raised awareness of the need to adapt to climate change and how this can be delivered through spatial planning



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