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Changing Climate, Changing Lives

C-CHANGE aims to facilitate change in both attitudes and practical responses to the challenges of climate change in city regions, by finding, testing and demonstrating answers to three questions. These form the Project's three shared objectives:

1. How can all communities and stakeholders be actively engaged in practical responses to climate change?
2. How can multi-functional open space and the built environment help us to mitigate and adapt to the effects of climate change?
3. How can spatial planning strategy and policy contribute to 'climate proofing' our city regions?

Find out more about who we are and how we are working together towards our common objectives.
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View the interactive project map to discover more about the C-Change projects across North West Europe and the thematic links between them.







The aim of the Interreg North West Europe Programme (NWE) is to make the NWE region more competitive, environmentally - friendly and cohesive. This Programme enables us to work together in a unique partnership, to tackle the common climate change challenges our regions share, therefore contributing to the cohesive and sustainable territorial development of North West Europe.

The C-Change partnership comprises of 9 organisations in 7 city regions in North West Europe. Meet the partnership. For more information about the Interreg IVB Programme visit http://www.nweurope.eu/

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C-Change is part of the Strategic Initiative Cluster (SIC) who are together focusing on the spatial impacts of climate change.
Visit the cluster website. 

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The project is funded under the INTERREG IVB Programme for North West Europe.


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