The RESIN Tools
The RESIN project’s ideal partnership of pioneering research experts and active city representatives uniquely position the project as creators of a complete adaptation action package. Comprehensive evidence, interactive training and intuitive tools support, mobilise and streamline every stage of the process, from concept to reality.
The RESIN tools will be the first of their kind, going beyond local cases and consolidating accumulated experience and knowledge to generate reliable, evidence-supported toolkits that will be both scientifically novel and user-friendly.
Impact and vulnerability analysis (IVAVIA)
A tool suite is under development to support and guide the process of impact and vulnerability analysis for critical infrastructures and built-up areas (IVAVIA). Accompanying software use cases demonstrate how users would apply the tool to the various phases of IVAVIA.
Decision support system (DSS)
These tools will support decision-making in the following areas:
- stakeholder analysis
- risk and vulnerability assessment
- prioritising between adaptation options and risk reduction strategies
- monitoring and evaluation.
As with the IVAVIA tools, use case scenarios will be provided.
Library of adaptation options
A searchable archive will host the above tools as well as documentation on adaptation measures previously implemented in different cities.
The library will have a collaborative element where partners and other users can log in to upload or edit content. A platform will be created that will serve as an adaptation hotspot for cities beyond the project duration.
A city typology will identify some of cities’ key aspects as they relate to adaptation. Existing adaptation measures will also be surveyed, evaluated and documented in the project's online library.
The RESIN project goes beyond localised adaptation approaches and moves towards formal standardisation of climate adaptation strategies. The Standardisation Institute of the Netherlands (NEN) will work with the project partners in streamlining the project's outputs into European standardised approaches.