Adaptation to Climate Change How do Interreg 2 Seas projects contribute to improve the ecosystem-based capacity to climate change and its associated water-related effects?


The TRIPLE C project shows that the multiplication of small-scale but efficient measures can concretely contribute to the prevention of floods and the conservation of soils.

This cross-border partnership of water management experts, farmers and public body representatives have developed action plans and innovative measures that will result in cost savings of more than 6 million euro, protect 1,150 households from flooding and store 168,000 cubic metres of water.


The SCAPE project has trialled and tested new landscape-led design solutions for water management across six different regions so that these coastal landscapes are better adapted and more resilient to climate change.

The partnership has received awards for their continued efforts and commitment towards researching and implementing creative and multifunctional applications in the area of water management.

Interreg 2 Seas counts 12 projects that contribute to improve the ecosystem-based capacity of 2 Seas stakeholders to climate change and its associated water-related effects.

Key figures

12 projects

133 project partners

144 observer partners

Total budget: €76 mio of which €46 mio ERDF

70 out of 313 project outputs achieved


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