Second Baltadapt Policy Forum

10–11 December 2012 | Stockholm, Sweden

The second out of three highlevel policy fora on climate change adaptation in the Baltic Sea Region focused on the further development of the first draft of the strategy document along with interactive working sessions on the expected impact of climate change on agriculture, biodiversity, spatial planning and civil security in the Baltic Sea Region.

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The event was organised by the Council of the Baltic Sea States, CBSS, in close cooperation with the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, SMHI. It continued the working process on a proposal for a macro-regional climate change adaptation strategy that was started at 1st Policy Forum at “Baltic Sea Days” in Berlin, Germany this year.
Participants of this Policy Forum were high level policy makers and representatives from relevant national ministries, the European Commission, international and regional organizations and academic institutions in the field of climate change and adaptation from across the Baltic Sea Region.

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