D1.1 Reviews Concepts and Approaches
These reports aim to review the state of knowledge and scientific discourse in topics relevant for the RESIN programme of work.
D1.2 RESIN GLOSSARY
This document outlines the definitions for various terms that will be employed throughout the RESIN project glossary.
D1.3 RESIN CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
The RCF underpins RESIN by establishing a context for the project and clarifying the key concepts, and the relationships between them, that the project is developed around.
D1.4 Typology Final Report
This deliverable of the RESIN project presents the European Climate Risk Typology.
D1.5 WP1 Final Report
The goal of Work Package 1 (WP1) was to establish a coherent framework of concepts and ap-proaches linked to understanding and responding to extreme weather and climate change risks in urban areas, with a particular focus on critical infrastructure.
D2.1 DESIGN IVAVIA
This report describes the general approach of the RESIN project to support the vulnerability analysis (VA) of urban areas and their critical infrastructures regarding the impacts of climate change.
D2.2 Standardization in urban climate adaptation
This report describes standardization activities that have been carried out as part of the RESIN project.2 Worldwide, standards are being used to provide a degree of certainty that products and processes meet requirements for quality and performance. Standards can play a similarly beneficial role with regard to climate change adaptation, by making possible a faster and broader uptake of knowledge and best practices through an internationally recognised and trusted platform.
D2.3 Realisation & implementation IVAVIA
Realisation & implementation of method and tools for Impact and Vulnerability Analysis of Vital Infrastructures and built-up Areas.
D2.4 City case realization IVAVIA
This deliverable 2.4 reports on the developer's experiences with a view to the realisation and implementation of the exemplary application of the IVAVIA method that was conducted by Fraunhofer and the work package (WP) 2 research partners (Fraunhofer, EIVP, Siemens, UNIMAN, UNIBA, Tecnalia) in close co-ordination with the tier-1 city partners Bilbao, Bratislava, Greater Manchester and Paris.
D2.5 Applying IVAVIA
Test and assessment of the ‘Impact and Vulnerability Analysis of Vital Infrastructures and built-up Areas’ methodology in the city cases of Bilbao and Bratislava.
D3.1 RESIN LIBRARY STRUCTURE ONLINE
This study aims to develop a library or catalogue of standardised adaptation options.
D3.2 Standardising methods for prioritising adaptation options. Toolbox
This report provides support tools for decision making. Thus, this report is aimed at decision-makers involved in environmental issues, particularly practitioners that are responsible for the development and management of climate change adaptation plans.
D3.3 Policy guideline
The aim of this report is to outline the research team's Adaptation Pathway Design approach as a tool to support policy formulation and implementation of measures in a city, as well as to describe its application in Bilbao and Greater Manchester. The deliverable proposes an operational method to decide on the most suitable implementation strategy for adaptation at different scales (the city level and site level), according to the effectiveness of the adaptation measures, their technical, financial and governance implications, the main objectives and defined acceptable thresholds.
D3.6 Completed library of adaptation options
The Adaptation Options Library (AOL) tool is a comprehensive database of adaptation options related to heat, pluvial, fluvial and costal floods, droughts and wind storms.
D4.1 RESIN CITY ASSESSMENT REPORTS
This report, which gathers the cities assessment reports of all four RESIN cities of Bilbao, Bratislava, Greater Manchester and Paris, will allow the RESIN cities and project partners to gain an overview over which adaptation and critical infrastructure protection (CIP) strategies, plans and measures are already in place or planned.
D4.2 Developing the RESIN tools, advancing local adaptation: Recommendations for co-creation in applied research
There is growing interest in the concept of co-creation among researchers and funders of research, with a view to securing greater research impact and uptake of new knowledge by end-users. However, gaps in understanding still remain concerning what exactly co-creation is, which benefits it provides, and how to go about it. This report responds to this gap, by describing the positive and negative impacts observed by the RESIN project participants, as well as the enablers of and barriers to co-creation encountered.
D4.3 Decision support tools for climate change adaptation - User Guide
D5.1 Standardization in urban climate adaptation
Refer to D2.2 above
D5.2 Options for certification
Certification is the independent quality assessment of a product, service or person. The resulting certificate demonstrates compliance with predefined standards.
D6.1 RESIN ACTOR ANALYSIS FOR URBAN CLIMATE ADAPTATION
Methods and Tools in support of Stakeholder Analysis and Involvement
This report presents an overview of methods and tools in support of a stakeholder analysis for the various steps and stages of preparing for and developing and implementing climate adaptation strategies.
D6.2 FRAMEWORK FOR ADAPTATION PLANNING PROCESS
This report elaborates on the development approach and expected outline, use and form of the framework in which the decision support tooling will be presented to the end-users. To this end, a framework is developed in which all supportive elements to the end users can be placed, and presented. Eventually, in this framework, the supportive tools, methods and other structures will be referenced; this includes the results from other RESIN WP’s and external sources. Finally, an outline of a work plan is presented to develop and operationalise the framework, in close collaboration with the RESIN city partners.
D6.3 Coping with complexity, handling uncertainty
This report should be seen as the starting point of addressing the issues of uncertainty and complexity in the RESIN project.
D6.4 EGuide development
High Level Description of submitted results
D6.5 Decision Support tools
This deliverable describes the use of tools and methods within the context of the e-Guide as an information system supporting the development of adaptation plans and strategies by cities and city (infrastructure) managers. The tools referred in the e-Guide are listed, and the way and places they are referred to in the e-Guide decision framework are discussed.
This document has been prepared to mark the delivery of this electronic product and outlines the contents, process and decisions underlying the development of the e-Guide, which can found at http://e-Guide.resin.itti.com.pl/.
D6.7 Integrated Planning Challenge Methodology
This deliverable further elaborates the element of cross-domain integration. It presents the co-creation of the Integrated Planning Challenge methodology, with two cities (Bolton (UK) and Rotterdam (NL)). The Integrated Planning Challenge methodology facilitates cities to determine and exploit cross-siloed synergies. The case study in Bolton addresses the redevelopment of the town centre and improvement of access to the River Croal. The second case study in Rotterdam addresses the redevelopment of the main infrastructure corridors into highly sustainable and liveable places.
This document provides an overview of the RESIN website and lays out the logic behind the design and the features that can be supported following future updates.
D7.3 Knowledge transfer workshops
Two Knowledge transfer Workshops (KtW) were organized. The first KtW was hosted by the core city of Bratislava from 12-13th June 2017 and included the tier-2 cities that were paired with Bratislava and Manchester, whereas the second knowledge transfer workshop was hosted by the core city of Paris on the 18-19th October 2017 and included the tier-2 cities assigned to Paris and Bilbao.
D7.4 2-Tier webinars
The aim of this report is to explain the design, organisation and implementation of the webinars.
D7.5 Stakeholder Dialogues
In the framework of work package 7 (WP7), two Stakeholder Dialogues were organised and implemented as part of the RESIN Tier-2 Circle of Learning. This report provides an overview of the development, the implementation, and the outcomes of both events.
D7.6 Policy Briefs
Collaboratively developing tools for climate change adaptation – Lessons for research and policy
This policy brief includes recommendations for research teams and city level decision-makers corresponding to 1) the main obstacles to effective climate change adaptation at city level encountered by cities in the RESIN consortium, and 2) the challenges of effective research-practice collaboration, with corresponding recommendations.
Standardisation in local climate change adaptation: benefits, myths and recommendations
This policy brief provides an outline of the urban standardisation landscape in Europe, covering the benefits of (and barriers to) using standards for local climate change adaptation, outlining existing relevant standards for local governments, busting persistent myths about using them, and concluding with a set of recommendations for local governments and creators of standards.
D7.7 Final conference
The RESIN project held its final conference on 9th October 2018 in Brussels as an official side event of the European Week of Regions and Cities. The event shared the outcomes of the RESIN pro-ject with cities, regions, European policymakers and scientists undertaking research into urban climate adaptation and resilience, to support the exploitation of project results and share relevant messages arising from the project with key stakeholders involved in making and implementing policy.