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In the fourth workshop, the indicators from the third workshop, which were concretised by the project team, were agreed upon with the participants, from which they can then derive the first steps for implementing the vision and the goals, the success of which can then be measured using the indicators found.

In order for the participants to enter the implementation phase together and thus develop their climate adaptation self-efficacy, milestones were defined – co-creatively – along their target values and the correlating indicator sets. This process was accompanied by summaries of the work done so far and, on the basis of this, proposals for possible next implementation steps (e.g. on financial support possibilities (regional, EU, etc.). In addition, some case studies (good practice) were used along the main target values and their indicators. 

Professionally supported by Meike Bukowski and Nils Schielke, the participants worked out the contents of two templates in two groups, namely a “Canvass project business model” and a distribution of tasks in the respective project team.

Fritz Hinterberger

Born in 1959, studied economics at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz and obtained his doctorate at the Justus Liebig University in Gießen. 1985-1991 Research assistant at the Justus Liebig University of Gießen. Stipensdiat of the German Research Foundation. Since 1985 lecturer at universities in Germany and abroad. 1993-2000 Researcher at the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Head of the Working Group on Ecological Economics and Ecological Economic Policy. 1999-2020 Founding President of the Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI). Since 2019 Senior Scientist at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Main research interests: Ecological Economics, Scenarios for sustainable economies and societes, Quality of Life Research. Since 2019 Vice President of the Austrian Chapter of the Club of Rome. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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