Ecosystem-based Adaptation catalogue
With the SCORE’s Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) catalogue, we invite you to explore EbA measures to address climate change hazards (e.g., sea-level rise, flooding, coastal erosion, storm surge) in urban and natural coastal areas.
Thanks to the Case Study Map Tour, you may explore different EbA options by selecting a pinpoint and reading the description, objectives, benefits, and the picture related to the selected measure. Additionally, this tool allows to apply filters related to climate hazards and/or land typology and learn more about the suitable alternative options. An interactive map provides a global view of the case study locations illustrating deployed EbA.
Co-Creation is one of the core concepts of the Coastal City Living Labs framework developed within the SCORE project.
This co-creation toolkit is being used by the SCORE’s CCLLs to engage their stakeholders and support the development of sustainable living labs. It gathers a collection of tools for engaging stakeholders in co-creation in interactive, engaging, and attractive ways.
Co-create your city: How To video
SCORE ICT Platform (SIP)
The SIP will be the marketplace for data exchange among project partners and will be used to showcase the results to stakeholders, scientists and citizens. Authorized users (i.e., partners and selected stakeholders), will be able to both contribute and use the SCORE SIP, while the general public (scientific community, institutions, associations and private citizens) could use the SIP to learn how to co-create and co-design EBA solutions to increase climate resilience in European coastal cities.
Low-cost sensors catalogue
This is an online platform developed to assist CCLLs in planning, selecting and deploying the sensing technologies included in the catalogue. The platform functions similarly to an online shop for CCLL members to fill a ‘basket’ with selected sensors based on criteria such as cost, technical expertise required, parameters monitored, assembly difficulty, etc. Sensing technologies will be chosen by citizens, associations and other stakeholders in each CCLL with the help of the SCORE technological partners to better fit the local needs of each community.