European Territorial Cooperation Alpine Space Project
CLISP Climate Change Adaptation by Spatial Planning in the Alpine Space
The Final Conference took place in the Vienna International Center, Vienna, Austria on the
8th of September 2011
Building M, Conf. room 3
Vienna International Centre
CLISP is a European project funded by the Alpine Space Programme under the European Territorial Cooperation 2007-2013. CLISP was approved by the Programme in June 2008, has started in September 2008 and will run until September 2011.
The Lead Partner is the Umweltbundesamt GmbH / Federal Environment Agency Austria. The partnership is composed of 14 Project Partners from Austria (6), Italy (3), Germany (1), Slovenia (1), Switzerland (2) and the Principality of Liechtenstein (1) and includes international organisations, national and regional government authorities, national agencies, provinces / regions, research institutions and institutes of applied sciences. The CLISP work programme is carried out in seven closely interrelated Work Packages. The project is accompanied by seven official project observers.
CLISP is focused on the challenges to spatial planning in the face of climate change and shall contribute to climate change adaptation by providing climate-proof spatial planning solutions. CLISP is committed to positioning spatial planning as a key player for future sustainable development under the adversities of climate change.
CLISP Project Movie (German version)
CLISP Project Movie (Italian version)
CLISP Project Movie (Slovenian version)