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This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme

This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme

This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme

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PermaNET: Synthesis report

Target groups
Policy makers; civil servants / administration; scientists.

Area of application
PermaNET outputs apply at the general level to European high mountain territories. In the final report it is stated that PermaNET, with its products, “contributed to optimizing the decision bases in territorial planning, natural hazard management and water resources management”.

Time frame
The report has been produced during the project timeframe. It gives an overview of the activities that have been carried out and of the main results.

Keywords
Related to the type of result: report; good governance practice; recommendation.
Related to the thematic field of the result: climate change; risk management/prevention; landscape management/planning; governance; water resource management; permafrost-related hazards; adaptation measure; mitigation; adaptation strategy.

Accessibility
Free access; downloadable from the project website.

Transferability and re-usability
Transferability is an explicitly named issue for all the activities conducted. In fact, it is clearly stated that the valuable products realized can be used to optimizing the decision bases in natural hazard management practice, in territorial planning and in water resources management (no particular regions or contexts are indicated, suggesting that they might be applicable to Alpine Space areas with permafrost). Concrete re-usability of the recommendations requires local-scale adaptation because each phenomenon has to be studied on site and in detail before making conclusions or decisions in risk management even if recommendations are valid for many locations.

Sector policies addressed
Spatial development; land use planning and managing; territorial planning & infrastructure; natural risk management; water resource management; socio-economic activities (tourism; ski resorts, …) in high mountain areas and also in valleys at long distance from the source area.

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