Welcome to the C5a project

Cluster for Cloud to Coast Climate Change Adaptation

The North Sea Region is facing a significant increase in the frequency and severity of floods in response to climate change. Flood management approaches need to urgently adapt to this new reality to keep people safe, the environment healthy and our economies prosperous.

To respond to this challenge the project 'Cluster for Cloud to Coast Climate Change adaptation' (C5a) delivers a Cloud2Coast approach for the management of flood risk. Combining the outcomes of seven ongoing Interreg North Sea Region projects, C5a can ensure an approach that is both evidence-based and practical. C5a has 10 partners from 6 countries and runs from 2019 to 2021. The project is co-funded by the North Sea Region Programme 2014 - 2020.

The Cloud2Coast approach has been compiled on a new website that was developed within the project. Here you can find information about the approach, how it is used in practice and a useful toolbox. Start - Cloud to Coast (c5acloud2coast.eu) 


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Latest Project News

The Cloud2Coast Website – A Whole-System Perspective to Climate Change Adaptation

10 June 2022

The C5a project is done – read about the results.

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Many Results Shared During the C5a Final Conference

10 June 2022

The C5a Final Conference took place during May 18-19, both on site in Sweden and online. During the conference, results and insights from the C5a proj…

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C5a Workshop - Enabling a Flood Resilient Future

30 March 2022

30th March a co-convened online workshop between the Interreg North Sea Region C5a project and the Environment Agency was held.

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Join the C5a Final Conference 18-19 May 2022 online or on site in Karlstad, Sweden

17 March 2022

It's time for the climate project C5a Final Conference in Karlstad, Sweden or online. During the Conference, results and insights from the C5a project…

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We finally met again! 21-22 October, Dordrecht, the Netherlands

29 October 2021

After some time apart, the coordination group members got together in person for a meeting in Dordrecht. The participants that could not travel, joine…

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