The CoCliCo project is structured into seven main workpackages, each focusing on a different aspect.

Workpackage 1

Co-design of climate services

WP1 has strong links to all WPs and users of the services and delivers the Demonstration Case Studies (DCS). It provides the bridge between the Stakeholder Group, the Champion Users and the broader CoCliCo consortium.

Workpackage 2

The coastal risk-mapping platform

This workpackage develops the CoCliCo platform, using state of the art IT solutions for interactive mapping, and with close involvement of end-users at varying spatial scales within the European domain.

Workpackage 3

Mean and extreme sea-level projections

The objective of WP3 is to improve the scientific knowledge and projections of coastal hazard drivers to provide advanced marine dynamics datasets at the European scale.

Workpackage 4

Flooding and erosion projections

The aim of WP4 is to design a flexible framework to analyse coastal erosion and flood hazards in an integrated way and apply it using available datasets to produce a library of flood maps.

Workpackage 5

Built environment vulnerability and exposure projections

WP5 focuses on collecting currently available exposure and vulnerability information on population, economic assets, and infrastructure and delivers a GIS layer and a report on current vulnerability and exposure.

Workpackage 6

Risk analysis & adaptation pathways

WP6 develops a suite of adaptation models and applies these to simulate baseline adaptation and a risk-based adaptation scenario considering all three generic responses to sea-level rise: protection, accommodation and retreat.

Workpackage 7

Dissemination, communication, exploitation

The objective of WP7 is to maximise the impact of the project through effective communication, dissemination and exploitation.

Workpackage 8

Project coordination & management

The main objective of WP8 is to carry out effective technical, scientific, legal, financial and administrative coordination.

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