We’re building a community to share knowledge, projects, learnings, and best practices in developing and adopting climate adaptation solutions across the public sector.
We’re building a place for us to share what we know, what we’ve done, our ideas, challenges, experiences, data, what worked and what didn’t in developing and adopting climate adaptation solutions across the public sector.
We all share a common challenge as, despite our collective efforts to mitigate, the effects of climate change will be felt locally for decades to come. We must find, develop and deploy effective climate adaptation solutions nationwide.
By coming together as a community, we can meet this challenge by sharing what works and what doesn’t, pooling our knowledge and resources, building on the work already done, and sharing challenges to find common solutions. We can think big and act locally.
We need your input
ClimateInterchange will be a free nationwide project database built around your needs. Tell us what you’d like us to create, what you’d find useful as a resource, and what data and information you’d find helpful.
Most of all, we need you to share your knowledge, projects and challenges with your peers to come together as a community to meet our shared goal of adapting to the effects of climate change.
Please drop us a line here, and we’ll get in touch so you can have your say in shaping ClimateInterchange.
ClimateInterchange was born from a conversation between Dan Lloyd (Sandwell Council) and Rob Hale (im23) at a MySociety workshop exploring the needs of officers addressing climate adaptation. Together (with support from MySociety, InnovateUK and LCRIG), we’re working to turn our idea into reality to support officers on the front line dealing with Climate Adaptation.