Introduction to the Project

The Pathways2Resilence project will empower at least 100 regions and communities in designing 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 implement 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

Over the next five years, Pathways2Resilience will mobilise regional interest and networks, driving the ambition and capability of regional public administrations and connecting innovation agendas. It will develop a Regional Resilience Journey framework and increase knowledge on adaptation options across different innovation areas, 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, and citizens and stakeholder will be involved in the co-creation of the pathways. Additionally, funding of €21M will be allocated across 100 regions and communities via two open call cycles.

  • Heidi Johansson
  • Lucy Hammond

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