About C2C CC
C2C CC stands for Coast to Coast Climate Challenge.
It is a 6 year project on climate adaptation taking place in the period from 1st January 2017 to 31st December 2022. The project is supported by the EU LIFE IP programme by approx. DKK 52m and has a total budget of approx. DKK 90m. Besides, comes all the construction costs regarding the implementation of the many solutions developed during the project.
The Overall Objective
The project is lead by Central Denmark Region which in close collaboration with the other 31 partners and 19 supportive partners will work to create a climate resilient region by,
- formulating a joint long-term strategy among the local stakeholders, and by
- implementing the municipal climate adaptation plans targeted, as the necessary analyses and activities are coordinated, and by
- identifying and improving resources and capacities among citizens and municipalities, utilities and companies in the water trade.
The project is implemented in a row of (24) sub projects and cross-disciplinary activities. Various partners have brought sub projects into C2C CC.
Coast to Coast Climate Challenge, or C2C CC, is a LIFE IP running in the period 2017 - 2022. We are 31 partners in the project running the following 24 sub projects:
- Action C1: Sea and Fjords
- Action C2: Rivers
- Action C3: Groundwater
- Action C4: Rainwater
- Action C5: Governance
- Action C6: Tools
- Action C7: Innovation
- Action C8: Håb til Håb
- Action C9: The Thyborøn Channel and the Western Limfjord
- Action C10: The River Grenaa Catchment
- Action C11: Randers Fjord
- Action C12: Gudenåen
- Action C13: Storåen
- Action C14: Flood-proofing Horsens Town Centre
- Action C15: Climate Change Adaption in Hedensted and Tørring
- Action C16: Randers Climate Ribbon
- Action C17: Thyborøn By og Havn
- Action C18: Citizen-driven Climate Change Adaption in Juelsminde
- Action C19: Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems
- Action C20: AquaGlobe
- Action C21: Climatorium
- Action C22: Permeable belægninger
- Action C23: Potentials for increased infiltration in new urban areas
- Action C24: Climate history | Culture history
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