Clim-ATIC will develop, and create a sustainable, self-financing service to disseminate, knowledge to support the sustainability of rural communities across the Northern Periphery, enabling them to adapt to likely direct and indirect impacts of climate change.

1. Promoting innovation and competitiveness in remote and peripheral areas
2. Innovation, networks and competitiveness

During the project, community stakeholders will work in partnership with public sector and academic institutions to explore the potential for different community sectors to develop adaptation capacity, and deliver real adaptations under priority themes for the Northern Periphery, providing local economic and social advantages.

Norsk prosjekteier

Fylkesmannen i Sogn og fjordane


01.01.2008 - 28.02.2011


Total: 2 348 139 €


Andre partnere

Arctic Technology Centre, Greenland
The Lapland Regional Environment Centre, Finland
Lycksele Municipality, Sweden
Umeå University, Sweden
Åre municipality, Sweden
Finnish Forest Research Institute, Rovaniemi Research Unit, Finland
Thule Institute at University of Oulu, Finland
Finnish Environment Institute, Finland
University of Lapland Arctic Centre , Finland
University of Lapland , Finland
Western Norway Research Institute, Norway