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Murcia has been officially selected to be part of the European project REGILIENCE: aims at sharing the most promising cross-sectoral adaptation solutions, supporting cities and regions across Europe to become more resilient to climate change.

After analysing the answers from more than 50 regions, the Region of Murcia has been identified into the group of focus regions that would be provided with tailored support from the project and allow them access to exclusive activities and opportunities.

REGILIENCE, is a project funded by the EU Horizon 2020 programme and will support communities, cities and regions in their efforts towards building climate-resilient pathways. It will facilitate the identification and upscaling of the most promising resilience solutions: supporting their replication in 10 vulnerable regions of Europe; communicating them through various channels and actions; and inspiring policymakers, organisations, and individuals to become part of the change.

To make this support effective, REGILIENCE will implement almost 700 activities such as events, trainings, peer to peer mentorship, helpdesk, informational and communication material, etc. to share experiences, learn from failure, provide guidance, and disseminate knowledge and tools. REGILIENCE will produce a Resilience Fundamentals Course, a citizen Resilience Scan Tool, and will test 10 innovative public-private partnership approaches, among other activities.

The project will be implemented over 48 months .

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Led by IEECP and Fresh Thoughts with the engagement of networks (FEDARENE, ICLEI, R-CITIES, F6S) and knowledge holders from science and practice (FC.ID, adelphi, REGEA).


Dirección General Territorio y Arquitectura

Servicio de Arquitectura

Start date: January 2023


Within the framework of the EACS of the Region of Murcia and in accordance with Action Line 13 "Implementation of Nature-based Solutions", and with the intention of developing tools that allow us to raise awareness among all the social strata of the population and power, it weighs in measurable values all the benefits that Nature-Based Solutions offer us and confirms its contribution to increasing the resilience of urban areas to the effects of climate change.

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