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Territorial dimension and multilevel governance are two unique elements to give an effective response to Climate Change. In addition, it is a global issue that must be tackled in a broader territorial way rather than locally, for which cooperation is essential. In this sense Interreg is best placed to achieve the correct solution. But then, how Interreg results are considered when discussing new Climate Change policies?; what process can be followed to ensure their impact to the EU policy? This workshop has a twofold purpose, in one hand to illustrate the contribution of project results on the EU Climate Change policy through examples, explaining the needed steps, contacting the relevant institutions and doing the follow up and in the other to encourage the Interreg project actors to be more active in the influencing process. The session will be interactive between panel and audience, following an interview format.