Analysis and Classification of Adaptation Tools for Transport Sector Adaptation Planning

@inproceedings{Lykou2017AnalysisAC,
  title={Analysis and Classification of Adaptation Tools for Transport Sector Adaptation Planning},
  author={Georgia Lykou and George Iakovakis and George Chronis and Dimitris Gritzalis},
  booktitle={CRITIS},
  year={2017}
}
Climate change is an upcoming and unavoidable challenge that all critical infrastructures including transport sector will have to face. Although transport sector and its network substructures are typically designed to withstand weather-related stressors, shifts in climate patterns will greatly increase potential risks. The area of climate adaptation planning is still relatively new, however a variety of processes and methodologies for assessing and reducing the vulnerability to climate change… 

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