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Evidence gathering

The 2017 UK Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA), identifies priority climate change risks and opportunities faced in NI. The NI Government is required to develop a Northern Ireland Climate Change Adaptation Programme (NICCAP) to address the outlined risks. On behalf of the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA), Climate NI is developing a chapter for the NICCAP, which will outline how non–government organisations and individuals are addressing the risks identified in CCRA 2017.

To support the development of the non–government chapter, we would like you to:

  • provide information for inclusion in the non–government chapter of the NICCAP (case studies and/or planned projects)
  • participate in two workshops over the five–year period of the programme (2019–2024). The workshops will aim to bring together all contributors to each objective to share their progress, discuss future work and potential collaborations. Climate NI will prepare a report on nongovernment progress based on the content of each workshop.
  • optional – provide more detailed information on your case study/project for inclusion in the Climate NI NICCAP online platform. This will take place later in 2018.

Organisations and individuals will be provided the opportunity to review information on their respective case study/project included in the final chapter.

The following online submission forms will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

Thank you

NICCAP 2019–24 – Natural Capital and Food Security/Global Food Production

NICCAP 2019–24 – Infrastructure Services, People & Built Environment, and Disruption to Businesses & Supply Chains

Please click on the links below to access the Microsoft Word versions of the submission forms:

NICCAP 2019–24 – Natural Capital and Food Security/Global Food Production

NICCAP 2019–24 – Infrastructure Services, People & Built Environment, and Disruption to Businesses & Supply Chains