Climate Service: Knowledge and tools for Climate Action in post-COVID19 era

The current COVID-19 crisis is having a tremendous affect on societies and national economies in many ways: by directly affecting our daily life, on our communities, and on production systems; by creating supply chain and market disruption, by its financial impact on firms and financial markets. However, its been expected that this virus will be beaten, and societies and economies will start to run into a sort of normal situation. When and how? No one knows till so far of course.

But we can be prepared. And we can do this in a different way. Starting up business and production processes can be carried out by taking sustainability measures and climate action into account with regard to a successful response to the COVID-19 crisis. 

This page focus on green recovery to restart the engines, by providing knowledge and showing opportunities and examples in what has already been done in many sectors and areas in Europe. It also provides information on adaptation policies in different sectors across Europe.


climate (climateurope)


 climate change (UNEP)


climate change mitigation (EEA)


climate change adaptation (EEA)

      Climate Action for business

      Climate action for decision and policy makers


     Climate action for societies

     Climate action for scientists


    National / Regional Adaptation Portals and Tools

     Swedish portal for Climate Change Adaptation     Climate Impact Atlas for the Netherlands (CAS Foundation)
     Danish Climate Adaptation Portal     Flemish Adaptation Portal (In Dutch)

    Adaptation policy in European sectors (Climate ADAPT - European Environment Agency)

    Agriculture     Biodiversity     Buildings          Coastal areas  Disaster risk reduction Ecosystem-based approaches Energy
    Financial Forestry Health Marine & Fisheries Transport Urban Water management

    Please contact us, if you need any support, or have questions, suggestions or ideas on this Climate Service. Or consult our project pages on ERA-NET Consortium “European Research Area for Climate Services (ERA4CS), or 'Assessment of Cross(X) - sectoral climate Impacts and pathways for Sustainable transformation' (AXIS).