REGKLAM - Development and Testing of an Integrated Regional Climate Change Adaptation Programme for the Model Region of Dresden

Strategies in handling the regional effects of the climate change gain increasingly in importance. From there, the city of Dresden takes part together with regional partners from economics and science in the research project for an integrated regional climate change adaptation programme for the Model Region of Dresden - short: REGKLAM. REGKLAM provides tangible options for three key areas of action, which are most important for the further development of the region: the urban structures, the supply and disposal infrastructure with the focus on drinking and waste water management, and urban and rural land uses.

 

Project Objectives

REGKLAM provides tangible options for three key areas of action, which are most important for the further development of the region: the urban structures, the supply and disposal infrastructure with the focus on drinking and waste water management, and urban and rural land uses.

The contribution of REGKLAM is described by three main areas of support for the development and implementation of adaptation strategies:

1. The development of an action- and implementation oriented Integrated Regional Climate Change Adaptation Programme (IRKAP), including all fields of adaptation identified by the region and the municipalities.

2. The initiation and support of key projects and additional adaptation measures by the stakeholders.

3. The advancement and consolidation of the regional actor network.

REGKLAM is realised by seven main partners from the fields of research, public administration and public services. Additionally, a number of institutions and private companies are involved as associated partners and subcontractors including ministries, regional land user associations, specialised services and single companies or firms. The management of REGKLAM is the base for a close network of regional decision-makers and responsibles.


Project Partners

Leibniz Institute of Ecological and Regional Development (IOER)

 

TU Dresden


TU Bergakademie Freiberg


Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research


City of Dresden


Stadtentwässerung Dresden


Dresden Groundwater Research Centre (DGFZ e.V.)



Documents

  • Flyer (in German)

    [PDF - 1,000.0 kB]

     (URL: http://www.klimzug.de/_media/REGKLAM-Projektflyer.pdf)

  • Brochure

    [PDF - 466.6 kB]

     (URL: http://www.klimzug.de/_media/REGKLAM_eng.pdf)

  • Poster

    [PDF - 3.73 MB]

     (URL: http://www.klimzug.de/_media/KLIMZUG-Poster_english.pdf)

Contact REGKLAM

Regional Office for Coordination 
Tobias Geyer (LHD)
0049 351 488-6198
E-Mail: tgeyer@dresden.de

Public Relations
Heike Hensel (IOR)
0049 351 -4679-293
E-Mail: h.hensel@ioer.de

Scientific Management 
Janet Prechtel (IÖR)
0049 351 -4679-292
E-Mail: J.Prechtel@ioer.de

Alfred Olfert (IÖR)
0049 351 -4679-292
E-Mail: A.Olfert@ioer.de

Website REGKLAM