Estonia

Climate Change Adaptation Plan 2030

Executive
Plan
Adaptation Framework
Passed in 2017
The development document 'Development Plan for Climate Change Adaptation until 2030' presents a framework for action which serves as a basis for reducing the vulnerability of the state of Estonia in relation to climate change. It determines the impact of climate change on priority areas and the adaptation measures which need to be taken in the short term until 2030 and which are a part of a long-term vision until the year 2100. A detailed implementation plan has been prepared to achieve the objectives of the development plan.
 
 The Plan's main objectives are 1) Health and rescue capability, 2) Land use and planning, including coastal areas, other areas with a risk of flooding, areas with a risk of landslides, land improvement, towns, 3) Natural environment, including biodiversity, land ecosystems, freshwater ecosystems and environment, marine ecosystems and environment, ecosystem services, 4) Bioeconomy, including agriculture, forestry, fishing industry, hunting, tourism, peat production, 5) Economy, including insurance, banking, employment, entrepreneurship and industry, 6) Society, awareness and cooperation, including awareness, education and science, international relations and cooperation, 7) Infrastructure and buildings, including transport and infrastructure of transport, technical support systems, buildings, and 8) Energy and security of supply, including energy independence, security, resources, efficiency, and heat and electricity production.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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