Introduction to the Project

The Pathways2Resilence project will empower at least 100 regions and communities across Europe to co-design pathways and innovation agendas to become climate resilient by 2030.  The five year EU funded project, coordinated by EIT Climate KIC and with 14 partners, will contribute to the implementation of the Mission on Adaptation to Climate Change, proposing a systemic innovation and capability-driven approach to strengthening climate resilience more efficiently across regions, communities, and their ecosystems.

Project Objectives

The Pathways2Resilience project will allocate €21M across 100 regions and communities via two open call cycles to support the development of their resilience pathways and innovation agendas. The project will develop a Regional Resilience Journey framework and increase knowledge on adaptation options across different innovation areas, with the aim to equip regions and communities to develop climate resilience pathways and connected innovation agendas that are tailor-made to local challenges and needs. To achieve this, the initiative will foster cross-regional learning, collaboration, mentoring and capacity building. Locally-led Innovation Practice Groups engaging regions, local practitioners and citizens groups and a climate finance lab will contribute to increase knowledge on existing innovative adaptation solutions and promote access to adaptation finance.

ERRIN's Role

ERRIN is leading the work on mobilising regions and communities for the activities of the Pathways2Resilience project, notably the two calls for proposals that will be launched and managed by the project. Additionally, ERRIN will foster multi-level governance by creating links with national level adaptation initiatives and support structures linked to the Adaptation Mission, while also supporting stakeholder engagement on the local level. ERRIN will support the project's outreach and communication activities, especially towards EU level networks, institutions and initiatives.

  • Heidi Johansson
  • Project Manager
  • Lucy Hammond
  • Communications and Policy Officer

Latest Updates

  • By Heidi Johansson

ERRIN at the Cities Mission Conference and EURESFO 2024

This year, the Cities Mission Conference will take place in Valencia, Spain, on 25-26 June. ERRIN will participate in the conference as a partner in the NetZeroCities project, which manages the Cities Mission Platform. As the event is partly organised in collaboration with the European Urban Resilience Forum this year, ERRIN will also be there to promote its two Mission Adaptation projects: RESIST and Pathways2Resilience. 

  • By Teresa Vio

ERRIN is looking for a Head of projects - Extended Deadline

In view of the upcoming departure of ERRIN's current Director of projects, Ryan Titley, ERRIN is looking for a replacement to start in September 2024. The new colleague will work closely with the ERRIN Director on strategic planning, and lead the implementation and development of ERRIN's current and future project portfolio. Extended deadline: Applications are open until 26 May at 17.00 CEST.

  • By Lucy Hammond

Pathways2Resilience: First Call for Regions and Communities- Deadline extended until May

Pathways2Resilience (P2R), an ERRIN project, has opened its first call for Regions and Communities for subgrant applications to co-design visions of a climate-resilient future and transformative adaptation pathways that will ensure long-term impact. The first call has had the deadline extended until 6 May 2024 12:00 CEST. Following updated guidance from CINEA, UK regions are now eligible to apply.

  • By Heidi Johansson

ERRIN at the Second Forum of the Mission on Adaptation to Climate Change

This week, ERRIN participated in the Second Forum of the Mission on Adaptation to Climate Change, organised in our member region Blekinge, Sweden. As a Friend of the Mission, ERRIN joined the pre-conference workshop to present how the network is supporting regions and their R&I ecosystems in developing EU projects, while also promoting the Pathways2Resilience call for Expressions of Interest.

  • By Lucy Hammond

Pathways2Resilience launches Expression of Interest

The Pathways2Resilience programme has launched its Expression of Interest questionnaire. The programme will allocate €21 million across 100 regions and communities through two call cycles, while also providing them with a range of support services and capacity-building activities to support the formulation of local resilience pathways and innovation agendas. The deadline for local and regional public authorities to express their interest in the programme is 15 September.

  • By Lucy Hammond

Pathways2Resilience Call Information Session

Following the extension of the Pathways2Resilience First Call for Regions and Communities, another information session is being held on 19 March from 13:00-14:00. This first call will provide 40 regions and communities with financial support of up to €210,000 to help regions design their pathway to climate resilience. It will also include a range of services and capacity-building activities for subgrants lasting up to 18 months. The deadline for applications is 12:00 CEST on 6 May 2024.