• 4 February 2022

The open access book “Climate Adaptation Modelling”


We are pleased to inform you that the book “Climate Adaptation Modelling” has now been published by SpringerLink (part of the Springer Nature Group) and is available online.

This open access book (which means that you have free and unlimited access) presents the results of a study on adaptation modelling commissioned by the European Commission’s DG CLIMA and exhibits detailed overviews of models and tools for adaptation assessment with numerous practical examples.

Check out chapter 27 “Adaptation Modelling: A JPI Climate Perspective” to learn more about JPI Climate and our perspective on adaptation modelling written by our colleagues Frank McGovern and Alexandre Fernandes.


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