Project Outcomes

Guide on Co-Creation – Executive Summary

The TeRRIFICA Guide on co-creation Executive Summary aims at fostering stakeholders’ engagement and co-creation within the context of climate mitigation & adaptation. This summary highlights key ideas, recommendations & methodologies of the full Guide on co-creation. They are a “starting point” to help stakeholder engagement & co-creation processes within climate change policymaking in the pilot regions.

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Effective practices in community-academia research partnerships on climate change adaptation and mitigation – a Delphi study

The objective of this Delphi study is to identify effective practices in community–academia research partnerships to clearly express recommendable co-creation processes. It is based on all the knowledge and data which have been collected and generated in the first ten months of the TeRRIFICA project.

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Stakeholder Mapping Report

Stakeholder mapping is understood as a process identifying key stakeholders to engage with, across the full stakeholder spectrum, and determining the basis for engagement strategies, in the particular sector of climate action. The stakeholder mapping process is a starting point to engage with stakeholders and its core objective is to identify who are the key stakeholders to engage within TeRRIFICA. The process of mapping stakeholders has the goal of helping pilot regions’ co-creation teams to identify the key actors in their region, relationships, and drivers and obstacles in order to better involve stakeholders.

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TeRRIFICA Guide on engagement & co-creation

The TeRRIFICA Guide on engagement and co-creation aims at fostering stakeholders’ engagement and co-creation within the context of climate mitigation & adaptation. This guide provides some (non-)prescriptive ideas, recommendations & methodologies. They are a “starting point” to help stakeholder engagement & co-creation processes within climate change policymaking in the pilot regions. It disseminates “good practices”, i.e. some methodologies and experimentations that may be transferable to other regions in Europe.

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TeRRIFICA Report on Institutional Framework

The first step for fostering co-creation on climate change is to learn about the local contexts of the six pilot regions of TeRRIFICA. The „Report on institutional framework conditions, relevant local and regional processes, instruments and co-creation factors related to or adaptable for climate action” includes different activities to create a comprehensive overview on the state of the art of climate change adaptation research and innovation strategies and examples and communication strategies and methods at different levels of complexity.

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TeRRIFICA Case Studies Report

For this „Case Studies Report”, the TeRRIFICA pilot region teams from Belarus, France, Germany, Poland, Serbia and Spain identified case studies of community-academia research partnership from their regions or countries related to climate change adaptation and/or mitigation. This Report includes a summary of these analysed projects that highlights common outstanding elements for the development of future climate actions with community-academia research partnerships.

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State of the art of climate change adaptation and mitigation at the Poznań Agglomeration

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State of the art of climate change adaptation and mitigation in Oldenburger Muensterland

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State of the art of climate change adaptation & mitigation in Brittany, Normandy & Pays de la Loire

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State of the art of climate change adaptation and mitigation in Belgrade

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State of the art of climate change adaptation and mitigation in Minsk

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State of the art of climate change adaptation and mitigation at the metropolitan area of Barcelona

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