The Project is supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
The National Adaptation Geo-information System (NAGiS) is a multipurpose geo-information system that can facilitate the policy-making, strategy-building and decision-making process related to the impact assessment of climate change and founding necessary adaptation measures in Hungary.
EIONET is a partnership network of the¬†European Environment Agency¬†(EEA) and its member and cooperating countries involving approximately 1000 experts and more than 350 national institutions. The network supports the collection and organisation of data and the development and dissemination of information concerning Europe‚Äôs environment.
The 2016/1-2 issue of the NAGiS Newsletter presents some of the results of the Project ended on 30th April. Among others, results of the¬†climate vulnerability assessment of drinking water sources, and modelling the climate sensitivity of semi-natural habitats are presented. The registration process is introduced shortly too.¬†The newsletter can be downloaded here.
Climate change is happening and decision-makers must know what society needs to prepare for. For that purpose, a new database with information on impacts and sectoral vulnerability to climate change in Hungary will soon be available.
The NAGiS Newsletter reports on results and ongoing works in the Project. The first issue highlights the most important events and results of the period since the beginning of the project.¬†The Newsletter can be downloaded here.