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1st International ASTRA Conference ARE WE PREPARED TO COPE WITH CLIMATIC CHANGES? CONSEQUENCES OF THE WINTER STORM 2005 Klaipeda (Lithuania), 18-20 May 2006 PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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1st International ASTRA Conference ARE WE PREPARED TO COPE WITH CLIMATIC CHANGES? CONSEQUENCES OF THE WINTER STORM 2005 Klaipeda (Lithuania), 18-20 May 2006. Promoting Trans-European Risk Management in the Framework of EU's Territorial Agenda – What about Local and Regional Stakeholders?

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1st international astra conference are we prepared to cope with climatic changes consequences of the winter storm 2005

1st International ASTRA ConferenceARE WE PREPARED TO COPE WITH CLIMATIC CHANGES? CONSEQUENCES OF THE WINTER STORM 2005Klaipeda (Lithuania), 18-20 May 2006

Promoting Trans-European Risk Management

in the Framework of EU's Territorial Agenda

What about Local and Regional Stakeholders?

André Müller

Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs

(Germany)


1st international astra conference are we prepared to cope with climatic changes consequences of the winter storm 2005

Promoting Trans-European Risk Management in the Framework of EU's Territorial Agenda – What about Local and Regional Stakeholders?

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1st international astra conference are we prepared to cope with climatic changes consequences of the winter storm 2005

Promoting Trans-European Risk Management in the Framework of EU's Territorial Agenda – What about Local and Regional Stakeholders?

The Territorial State and Perspectives of the European Union +

The Territorial Agenda of the EU

►Evidence Basis

►Cooperative Process Amongst All EU Member States

(Rotterdam 2004 – Luxembourg 2005 – Leipzig 2007)

►Stakeholder Dialogue

►…


1st international astra conference are we prepared to cope with climatic changes consequences of the winter storm 2005

Promoting Trans-European Risk Management in the Framework of EU's Territorial Agenda – What about Local and Regional Stakeholders?

The Territorial Agenda of the EU

  • Promoting a Territorial Policy for Agglomerations, Cities and Urban Areas in a Polycentric Pattern as Motors of Europe’s Development

  • Strengthening Urban-Rural Partnerships and Ensuring a Sufficient Level of Services of General Interest for Balanced Territorial Development

  • Promoting (Trans-)National Clusters of Competitive and Innovative Activities (by Strengthening the International Identity and Specialisation of Cities / Regions and Identifying Priorities for Cooperation and Synergies in Investments, Including Cooperation on Territorial Development, Job Markets, Training, Education, R&D, Capital Risk for SMEs etc)

  • Strengthening the Main Trans-European Transport, ICT and Energy Networks in View of Connecting Poles in the EU and their Links to Secondary Networks (with Special Attention to Development Corridors, the Accessibility of Naturally or Geographically Handicapped Areas, Maritime Links and Connections to EU Neighbours

    ►Promoting Trans-European Technological and Natural Risk Management, Including Integrated Development of Coastal Zones, Maritime Basins, River Basins and Mountain Areas

  • Strengthening the Main Trans-European Ecological Structures and Cultural Resources


1st international astra conference are we prepared to cope with climatic changes consequences of the winter storm 2005

Promoting Trans-European Risk Management in the Framework of EU's Territorial Agenda – What about Local and Regional Stakeholders?

The Territorial Agenda of the EU

Promoting Trans-European Technological and Natural Risk

Management, Including Integrated Development of Coastal Zones,

Maritime Basins, River Basins and Mountain Areas

►Stress Vulnerability Reduction + Risk Management

►Polycentric Spatial Development

►Risk Governance

►…


1st international astra conference are we prepared to cope with climatic changes consequences of the winter storm 2005

Promoting Trans-European Risk Management in the Framework of EU's Territorial Agenda – What about Local and Regional Stakeholders?

Local and Regional Stakeholders’ Input

►Stakeholders’ Requirements

►Framework Conditions

►EU Policies to be Addressed

►…

►Your Input is Needed!

[email protected]


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