Copenhagen Climate Adaptation Plan
The plan aims for the city of Copenhagen to develop as a climate proof attractive and green city
The goal of the Climate Adaptation Plan is to act in time, so we can choose the right places to act and the most appropriate measures, so that Copenhagen will be a safe and attractive major city to live in and invest in, in the future as well – even with a changing climate
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Co-existence, Education, Environment, Government, Urbanization, Water
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In the Climate Adaptation Plan, we assess which challenges are the greatest and where, as a city, we can derive the greatest benefit by taking action now and in the coming years. At the same time, we are looking at how measures which are necessary to adapt Copenhagen to the future climate, can be of pleasure and benefit to the city here and now. So, climate adaptation in Copenhagen must not be designed to meet only the concrete challenges which the climate brings. Different measures can at the same time contribute to the creation of more recreational opportunities in the city, new jobs and a greener capital.
By including a green growth perspective in our thinking, it is our ambition that investments can be made in partnership with external investors. This can contribute to investments being not just an expense for the city but also a way to create growth and employment, as well as attracting new knowledge and new business to the city. And thereby contritute to a liveable city.
The strategy for climate adaptation in Copenhagen must ensure: timely care no inappropriate investments that investments are recouped as part of a development in green growth largest possible synergy with other planning measures flexibility in relation to changes in forecasts of the future climate that at the same time, climate adaptation measure in themselves offer quality for the citizens and businesses in the city that the adaptation is carried out based on technically high-level analyses that a general management of climate adaptation in the city takes place
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City of Copenhagen
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