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Title: Introduction to BaltCICA and case studie in Kalundborg


1
Introduction to BaltCICA and case studie in
Kalundborg
  • 9.3.2009

Climate Change Costs, Impacts and Adaptation in
the Baltic Sea Region
Jan Krause Pedersen
Part-financed by the European Union (European
Regional Development Fund and European
Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument)
2
Precursory projects and results
  • BSR Interreg IIIB Project SEAREG
  • Sea Level Change Affecting Spatial Development
    in the Baltic Sea Region. 2002-2005
  • Decision Support Frame
  • BSR Interreg IIIB Project ASTRA
  • Developing Policies Adaptation Strategies to
    Climate Change in the Baltic Sea Region.
    2005-2007

3
The BaltCICA project
is designed to focus on the most imminent
problems that climate change is likely to cause
in the Baltic Sea Region. The concentration of
large parts of the population and many larger
cities in coastal areas make it especially
sensitive to climate change. Climate adaptation
calls for cooperation and integrated approaches
in the Baltic Sea Region
Picture Veli Suominen
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The BaltCICA Project aims
  • Assessment of climate change impacts on the
    living environment and territorial development.
  • Testing and implementation of concrete adaptation
    measures in close cooperation between regions or
    municipalities.
  • Assessment of the costs of rising sea levels and
    increased flood risks on a pan-Baltic level.
  • Development of a process management concept on
    climate change adaptation and mitigation.

5
Partners
  • Geological Survey of Finland (GTK, lead partner)
  • Helsinki University of Technology /Centre for
    Urban and Regional STUDIES (TKK/YTK)
  • Hanko Water and Wastewater Works
  • Union of the Baltic Cities Commission on
    Environment (UBC)
  • Helsinki Metropolitan Area Council (YTV)
  • City of Helsinki
  • City of Tampere
  • Geological Survey of Estonia (EGK)
  • University of Latvia
  • North Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve
  • Municipality of Klaipeda
  • Municipality of the Klaipeda district
  • Environmental Centre for Administration and
    Technology, Lithuania (ECAT)
  • Vilnius University
  • Lithuanian Geological Survey under the Ministry
    of Environment
  • Kalundborg Municipality
  • Danish Board of Technology (DBT)
  • Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS)
  • Nordic Centre for Spatial Development (Nordregio)
  • Partners from 8 different countries
  • Regional and local administration,
    municipalities, nature reserves, research
    institutes of different disciplines and
    universities

6
Case studies
Map Michael Staudt, GTK
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Case studies
  • Finland Helsinki City, metropolitan area.
    Tamperere, groundwater surface water
    interactions. Hanko, groundwater resources in
    coastal area.
  • Estonia West Estonian Coast, flood risk, costs,
    sea level rise contra isostasi.
  • Latvia Vidzeme and Riga, policy preparation,
    stakeholders involvement, public awareness
    activities, national adaptation strategy.
  • Litauania Klaipeda district and city, flood
    risk, adaptation, groundwater.
  • Germany Hamburg, metropolitan area, harbour,
    innovativ technologies. Meckelburg-western
    Pomerania, tourism, beach management.
  • Norway Bergen, flooding/landslides,
    landuse/transport, agriculture/aquaculture,
    business development.
  • Denmark Kalundborg and Falster, flood risk,
    adaptation, nature and water management, costs,
    public involvement.

8
Case studie area Kalundborg
9
Natura 2000 Lille Åmose/Tissø
10
Elevation curves 0,5 m
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Elevation curves 1 m
12
Elevation curves 1,5 m
13
Elevation curves 3,0 m
14
Costal erosion -moderate
15
Protected nature areas
16
Protected nature areas - Tissø
17
Water protection and water supply
18
Water protection and water supply
19
Water protection and water supply
20
Water protection and water supply
21
Waste water management
22
Sensitive agriculture areas
23
Potential wetlands
24
Models and scenario workshop
  • GEUS Modeling/simulation, IPCC scenarios A2, B2
    (35-80 cm sea level rise, 12-16 more
    precipitation), groundwater/surfacewater
    interactions. Leading to Local scenarios(do
    nothing scenario, buildings/infrastructural
    protection scenario, natur restoration scenarion,
    watermanagement and water as a ressource
    scenario.
  • The Danish Border of Technology (DBT)
    Description of local scenarios, presentations,
    two local workshops with stakeholder and one
    citizen summit, identifing solutions, suggest
    action plans, method manual.
  • The municipality of Kalundborg Data supply,
    presentations, costs, interaction between
    stakeholders and public spatial planners as well
    as politicians, local political implementation .
    A small project conference event in Kalundborg
    with up to 100 participants.

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Needs and results (the municipality)
  • Models tools easy to handle for the
    authorities/practical usable
  • Socio-economic benefits and costs of
    natur/water/climate management (possibilities/limi
    tations)
  • Use of digital elevation models(GIS)
  • Interest priorities
  • Defining which data is needed for modeling
  • Paradigmes/guidelines for impact
    assessment/decision processes
  • Good ways to presentation of complex spatial
    planning

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Contact
  • BaltCICA Project
  • Geological Survey of Finland
  • Johannes Klein
  • Beotnimiehenkuja 4
  • 02150 Espoo
  • FINLAND
  • baltcica_at_gtk.fi
  • www.baltCICA.org
  • The Municipality of Kalundborg
  • Jan Krause Pedersen
  • Hoejvangen 9
  • 4470 Svebølle
  • Denmark
  • jan.krause_at_kalundborg.dk
  • www.kalundborg.dk
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