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Territorial RRI fostering Innovative Climate Action

Deliverables

Guidebook on engagement and co-creation methodologies for the integration of multiple stakeholders in climate action policy making

A guidebook on engagement and co-creation methodologies for the integration of multiple stakeholders in climate action policy will describe identified key conflicts among local and regional key actors and procedures to overcome the conflicts.

Policy Brief II

The policy brief will be directed at the European Commission and national and institutional levels which integrate good practice on enabling RRI in climate change adaptation policies

Case Studies Report

A content analysis of about 20 case studies to identify effective practices in community–academia research partner-ships. The report includes principles of co-data creation and the success factors from the case studies as discussed in two international online-conferences (organised in the premises of UoV (month 4, month 10) and a Delphi Study among policy makers and scientists in the pilot regions.

Summary report on climate change adaptation activities in the regions

A summary report on activities in six pilot regions cocreation hubs installed as Living labs to explore publicprivate research partnerships that aim towards shared open innovation among stakeholders who work on climate action and or adaptation in the same geographical area It will describe findings of crowd mapping and capacity building activities and outline key performance indicators for activities which aim at improving the knowledge about and developing competencies in terms of the regional climate action and climate change adaptation potential of stakeholders ie universities research organisations governmental and nongovernmental organisations business and companies civil society CSOs and NGOs

Dissemination, Cross-network Collaboration, Exploitation and Final Networking Report

This report will give a summary on the communication along the various facets and complex topics of climate change climate action and climate change adaptation among stakeholders and the general public as performed in TeRRIFICA Next to the stakeholder mapping of WP 1 report summarises the extension of stakeholder identification relevant for the project in all different areas of research science communication environment political initiatives forums and strategy groups Approaches to implement explore and validate the outcomes and results undertaken already during the project as well as undertaken to secure the projects sustainability even beyond its end will be described

Report on institutional framework conditions, relevant local and regional processes, instruments and co-creation factors related to or adaptable for climate action

An analysis of experiences with co-creation with civil society participation in research, innovation and governance in different spaces and contexts of climate action and climate change adaptation.

Policy Brief I

The policy brief will be directed at the European Commission and national and institutional levels which integrate good practice on enabling RRI in climate change adaptation policies

Stakeholder Mapping Report

TeRRIFICA’s co-creation teams will report on their initial review in the full stakeholder spectrum: mapping relevant stakeholders and assessing potentials and barriers to its use in each participating country, related to research and regional innovation and broader stakeholder engagement. The report will address the diversity in strategies, activities and procedures and describe findings from panel discussions, regional workshops and focus groups on climate action and climate change adaptation.

European Symposium

The symposium in Brussels will aim to foster the final results of the project at the European level and advance in its impact on the European policy agenda. It will include a working session with around 20 European policy makers and key stakeholders (such as representatives of the United Nations and World Business Council for Sustainable Development) to jointly propose and discuss specific policy actions that could be taken to transfer project results to the European policy development.

Publications

Conditions and drivers of education’s impact on the sustainability processes at the local level.

Author(s): Savelava., S.
Published in: Vasilets, S., Zubrilina I. (Ed.), II International Symposium Proceedings Education for Sustainable development For All Generations - Social Agreement, 2020, Page(s) 308-313
Publisher: Belarusian State Pedagogical University

Territorial Responsible Research and Innovation Fostering Innovative Climate Action: The Belarusian Experience

Author(s): Kate Sposob
Published in: Tackling Climate Action at the Local Level: Education for Sustainable Development Projects from the Global RCE Network, 2021, Page(s) 44-47, ISBN 978-92-808-4598-3
Publisher: United Nations University, Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS)

Effective Community-Academic Partnerships on Climate Change Adaption and Mitigation: Results of a European Delphi Study

Author(s): Marco Rieckmann, Hannah Hoff, Karin Bokop
Published in: Sustainability and Climate Change, Issue Volume: 14 Issue 2. April 6, 2021, 2021, Page(s) 76-83, ISSN 2692-2924
Publisher: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
DOI: 10.1089/scc.2020.0061

Innowacje społeczne jako wsparcie procesu adaptacji i mitygacji do zmian klimatu na przykładzie projektu TeRRIFICA

Author(s): Kaczmarek, P. G.
Published in: Przegląd Planisty: Czasopismo Studentów Gospodarki Przestrzennej, Issue 9, 2022, Page(s) 16-18, ISSN 2544-7912
Publisher: Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

Razem można więcej. O współtworzeniu rozwiązań na rzecz klimatu na przykładzie Aglomeracji Poznańskiej

Author(s): Piotr Lupa and Katarzyna Fagiewicz
Published in: Magazyn Drzewo Franciszka, Issue 4-5/2022-2023, 2022, Page(s) 102-104, ISSN 2719-6046
Publisher: Fundacja Zakłady Kórnickie

Cocreation for Climate Change—Needs for Actions to Vitalize Drivers and Diminish Barriers

Author(s): K. Fagiewicz1, P. Churski1, T. Herodowicz1, P. Kaczmarek1, P. Lupa1, J. Morawska-Jancelewicz1, and A. Mizgajski1
Published in: Weather, Climate and Society, Issue 14 (3), 2021, Page(s) 555-570, ISSN 1948-8327
Publisher: American Meteorological Society
DOI: 10.1175/WCAS-D-20-0114.1

Eine interaktive Beteiligungskarte für innovatives Klimahandeln in Europa

Author(s): Steinhaus, N., Hoff, H., Churski, P. et al.
Published in: Standort - Zeitschrift für angewandte Georgraphie, Issue Standort 45, 2021, Page(s) 272–278, ISSN 0174-3635
Publisher: Springer Verlag
DOI: 10.1007/s00548-021-00745-3

"“Living Laboratories"" as interactive platforms to support open innovation processes in population adaptation to climate change. In (pp.). Minsk:,"

Author(s): Samersova N.V.
Published in: Lopukh et al. (Ed.), International conference Proceedings. Geographical Studies in Belarus in XX - XXI centuries, 2021, Page(s) 889-893
Publisher: Belarusian State University

Peculiarities of the use of meteorological equipment in the educational process and research activities of schoolchildren.

Author(s): Redko, A.E.
Published in: Lopukh et al. (Ed.), International conference Proceedings. Geographical Studies in Belarus in XX - XXI centuries, 2021, Page(s) 625-628
Publisher: Belarusian State University

Climate Change Education: methods, tools, approaches.

Author(s): Sposab., K.
Published in: Vasilets, S., Zubrilina I. (Ed.), II International Symposium Proceedings Education for Sustainable development For All Generations - Social Agreement, 2020, Page(s) 346-350
Publisher: Belarusian State Pedagogical University

Key conditions and drivers enabling the region to be included in the climate change adaptation activities

Author(s): Savelava., S. et al.
Published in: Modern Trends in the Development of Physical Geography: Scientific and Educational Aspects for Sustainable Development, 2019, Page(s) 112-118
Publisher: Belarusian State University

Pilot activities on citizens’ involvement in climate adaptation measures at the Children and Youth Center “Orion” in the Minsk district Shabany within TeRRIFICA project. In (pp.). Minsk:

Author(s): Gatilo A.V.
Published in: Lopukh et al. (Ed.), International conference Proceedings. Geographical Studies in Belarus in XX - XXI centuries, 2021, Page(s) 629-634
Publisher: Belarusian State University,

Specifics of regional adaptation to climate change based on public involvement.

Author(s): Savelova, S.B., Yarotov, A.E
Published in: Lopukh et al. (Ed.), International conference Proceedings. Geographical Studies in Belarus in XX - XXI centuries, 2021, Page(s) 317-328
Publisher: Belarusian State University

Modelling the interaction processes between students and local communities for the benefit of climate change adaptation in the region

Author(s): Savelava., S., Yarotau A.
Published in: Vasilets, S., Zubrilina I. (Ed.), II International Symposium Proceedings Education for Sustainable development For All Generations - Social Agreement, 2020, Page(s) 314-325
Publisher: Belarusian State Pedagogical University

Participatory approaches in working with stakeholders on climate change adaptation measures.

Author(s): Sposab, K.
Published in: Lopukh et al. (Ed.), International conference Proceedings. Geographical Studies in Belarus in XX - XXI centuries, 2021, Page(s) 213-218
Publisher: Belarusian State University

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