X-RISK-CC 
How to adapt to changing weather eXtremes and associated compound RISKs in the context of Climate Change
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Outcomes

Overview

Factsheet

  • 2021 – 2027
  • Climate resilient and green Alpine region
  • SO 1.1 - Promoting climate change adaptation and disaster risk prevention, resilience, taking into account eco-system based approaches
    • AG1 Research & innovation
  • 2.982.073 EUR
  • 2.017.377 EUR

Partners

European Academy of Bozen-Bolzano – EURAC Research (Lead partner)
  • Lead partner
  • Italy
  • Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano/Bozen (ITH1)
  • Bolzano
Civil Protection Agency, Autonomous Province of Bolzano
  • Italy
  • Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano/Bozen (ITH1)
  • Bolzano
Autonomous Province of Trento
  • Italy
  • Provincia Autonoma di Trento (ITH2)
  • Trento
Slovenian Environment Agency
  • Slovenia
  • Zahodna Slovenija (SI04)
  • Ljubljana
Development agency Sora
  • Slovenia
  • Zahodna Slovenija (SI04)
  • Škofja Loka
Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Energy Environment Agency
  • France
  • Rhône-Alpes (FRK2)
  • Villeurbanne
GeoSphere Austria
  • Austria
  • Wien (AT13)
  • Wien
Forest-technical service for torrent and avalanche control, Section Tyrol
Technical University of Munich
  • Germany
  • Oberbayern (DE21)
  • München
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL
  • Switzerland
  • Ostschweiz (CH05)
  • Davos
Environment Agency Austria
  • Austria
  • Wien (AT13)
  • Wien
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Outcomes


  • Digital library on past and future weather extremes across the AS including the webGIS platform and the tailored studies for the pilots - How to exploit the new knowledge and data for practice

    The digital library includes the webGIS platform, explanatory materials for its use (A 1.3), and a summary report on past and future trends in weather extremes across the AS (A 1.2), with additional details for the pilots (A 1.1). It is a unique easy-access point for the WP1-target-audience to uptake new Alpine-wide knowledge and contributes to the final O4.1. It includes data factsheets, guidelines for data interpretation and how-to tutorials to ease the uptake for impact/risk studies (WP2).

  • X-RISK-CC manual: A conceptual approach designed for risk managers/practitioners to support them in assessing and coping with the newly emerging risks of weather extremes in their area

    The manual bridges the gap between the newly created knowledge (WP1-2) and its straightforward exploitation by the WP3-target-audience to develop concrete risk management and adaptation options in a AS context (WP3). It guides them in understanding, assessing & coping with current and future compound impacts/risks in the pilot areas, using the information provided by the digital library (O1.1) and the risk pathways outlined in A 2.2. The manual is designed to be transferable across the AS.

  • Pilot action plans of tailored risk management measures to be developed in the pilot areas to cope with increasing weather extremes and their compound impacts/risks

    The action plans concretize O2.1 in the 5 pilots & engage the pilot PPs & the WP3-target-audience to implement measures and developed actions. O3.2 also outlines further steps needed to manage risks of increasingly emerging weather extremes. The action plans contain background information, the current status of each pilot, reasoning and design criteria of developed measures as well as an overview of the next steps to ensure their long-term implementation.

  • Two-tier digital sourcebook

    The two-tier digital sourcebook synthetizes the WP4 outcomes & makes them available to policy makers and practitioners across the AS. It includes a synthesis section with transalpine risk-management gaps & corresponding priorities for coping with emerging extremes & compound risks (1st tier). The 2nd tier provides transferable guidelines for risk management practice & strategic policy options to integrate the new knowledge on weather extremes & compound risks into DRR/CCA across the AS.