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Regional Adaptation Strategies for the German Baltic Sea Coast (RADOST)

The aim of the RADOST project is to develop regional adaptation strategies in a dialogue between research institutions, business, public administration and civil society. The IÖW is responsible for the socioeconomic analysis (RADOST-module 3) that is linked to the natural science models (Module 2). A regional economic analysis and an actor network analysis map the region from the socioeconomic perspective. A regionalised Input-Output-Analysis assesses the effects of climate change and adaptation strategies on regional income and employment. The results are integrated into an extended Cost-Benefit-Analysis monetarises the ecological and socioeconomic effects of climate change adaptation strategies.

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IÖW Project Team

  • Dr. Jobst Conrad
  • Sabine Fritz
  • Philip Maschke
  • Ulrich Petschow
  • Dr. Sandra Rajmis
  • Dr. Julian Sagebiel
  • André Schröder
  • Antje Stegnitz
  • Karl Zimmermann