Climate Adaptation Mainstreaming through Innovation

The overall aim of the CAMINO project is to reconcile economic growth (Europe2020) and climate adaptation. It delivers innovative governance approaches and business cases that support mainstreaming climate adaptation in local investment projects and product/service development. CAMINO builds upon results of MARE, SKINT, SAWA (NSR), FRC (NWE) & BaltCica (BSR) and enriches its 5 regional Partnerships with industry and (inter)national policy makers. This enables implementation of 10 local pilots, and to develop and disseminate transnational Future Perspectives for innovative sustainable growth in NSR.

Project details

Total cost   700.000,00 €
European Commission contribution 350. 000,00 €
Duration21 Months
Start date01. October 2013
Consortium8 partners from 4 countries
Lead BeneficiaryEllen Kelder, Gemeente Dordrecht, the Netherlands
The role of TUHHResponsible for the Hamburg case study
Project web site
Key words    Climate adaptation, mainstreaming, public-private partnerships (PPPs), flood risk
Contact Person    Natasa Manojlovic