Climate change is increasingly affecting the safety, health and lives of people, property and the environment, economic stability and the functioning of the community. It is very likely that the cause of warming largely lies in the increase in greenhouse gas concentrations, which is the result of human activities. The EU has adopted a new target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions: to reduce emissions by 20% by 2020 compared to 1990 levels.
The Study on the Effects of Climate Change is a mandatory part of the project application for financing Major projects from EU funds, in the period 2014-2020.
The key objective of the climate change impact assessment process is to determine the project’s sensitivity to relevant climate hazards, to identify the project’s exposure to current and future hazards in specific locations, and to identify and prioritize key risks.
The aim of the Study on the Effects of Climate Change is to make the measures of adaptation of the project to climate risks an integral part of the project design so that there would be no delays in the functioning of the project and additional costs.
Conference „JASPERS Networking Platform Event Climate Change Adaptation: Vulnerability and Risk Assessment and the Resilience of Major Infrastructure Projects“ – presentation topic: „Climate change in Major infrastructure projects“ Client:
07-08 June 2016
Conference „JASPERS Networking Platform Event: Climate Change Adaptation in the Transport Sector“ – presentation topic: „Climate changes and road projects, CASE STUDY: Gradiška Bridge Cross-border Project“ Client:
06-07 December 2017.