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Regional Impacts of Climate Change
Jirina Jilkova
University of Economics in Prague and
University of South Bohemia,
Czech...
Recurrence of flood events in Europe
Rainfall 2008
Change of temperature
Drought
Role of regions in the fight against climate change
 Key role of cities - urban regions
 more than half of the world pop...
Role of regions in the fight against climate change (2)
 New modes of governance
 ovelapping jurisdiction – discrepancy ...
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  1. 1. Regional Impacts of Climate Change Jirina Jilkova University of Economics in Prague and University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic jilkova@ieep.cz OPEN DAYS Brussels, October 6, 2009
  2. 2. Recurrence of flood events in Europe
  3. 3. Rainfall 2008
  4. 4. Change of temperature
  5. 5. Drought
  6. 6. Role of regions in the fight against climate change  Key role of cities - urban regions  more than half of the world population – affected by climate change  75 % of GHG emitted in urban regions  New context  uncertainty  aging population  economic crisis
  7. 7. Role of regions in the fight against climate change (2)  New modes of governance  ovelapping jurisdiction – discrepancy between administrative and functinal entities  flexible structures for coordination of complex systems  cost effective measures  Innovative funding mechanisms  revenues from auctioning + green investment scheme  decentralization of funds  coordination of spending on regional level / regional fund
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