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Consideration and Mitigation of Climate change due to spacial planning

Project Leader
Pröbstl-Haider Ulrike, BOKU Project Leader
Type of Research
Applied Research
Project partners
Institute of Interdisciplinary Research and Education, Department Social Ecology, Seidengasse 13, 1070 Wien, Austria.
Contact person: DI Willi Haas;
Function of the Project Partner: Partner
Rosinak & Partner ZT GmbH, Schloßgasse 11A, 1050 Wien, Austria.
Contact person: DI Helmut Hiess;
Function of the Project Partner: Partner
Jiricka-Pürrer Alexandra, Project Staff
Kleinbauer Ingrid, Project Staff (bis 25.02.2023)
BOKU Research Units
Institute for Landscape Development, Recreation and Conservation Planning
Funded by
Amt der Oberösterreichischen Landesregierung, Kärntnerstraße 12, 4020 Linz, Austria
Climate change impacts, especially growing risks from natural hazards, increasingly threaten settlements, infrastructure, lives and future development in the Alpine Space. CLISP aims at preventing increasing climate change-related spatial conflicts, vulnerability, damages and costs by providing “climate proof” spatial planning solutions as a substantial basis for future sustainable territorial development in the Alps.

As climate change adaptation and mitigation is a novel field for spatial planning policy and administration, CLISP is a strategic pilot project. Its main pillars are assessment of the vulnerability of Alpine regions/municipalities to climate-change related risks, evaluation of the “climate change fitness” of current spatial planning systems and intense risk communication and governance in model regions. Finally the project aims at building the basis for the elaboration of “climate proof” spatial planning strategies for the Alpine Space and the Alpine countries and providing practical support for sustainable development decisions on regional/local level.
regional planning; Regional development planning ; landscape planning;
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