Greece National Adaptation Strategy (2016)

Adaptation strategy is an overarching policy implementing the EU strategy on adaptation to climate change. Strategy defines goals and priorities of action. Greek NAS also lists potential adaptation measures and actions for 15 environmental and socio-economic sectors that are likely to be significantly affected by climate change in Greece. These sectors are: biodiversity and ecosystems, agriculture and food security, forestry, fisheries, aquaculture, water resources, coastal areas, tourism, energy, human health, the built environment, transport, cultural heritage, industry, mining, and the insurance

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Visibility Public
Resource type Policy document

OPERANDUM metadata

Data status Approved by OPERANDUM committee
Main data type Other
Other data type Permitting path

NBS metadata

Has NBS relation False
NBS approach
  • Implementation
  • Protection
  • Restoration
  • Sustainable Management
NBS habitat
  • Coastal
  • Cropland
  • Grassland
  • Marine inlets and transitional waters
  • Open Ocean
  • Rivers and Lakes
  • Sparsely vegetated land
  • Urban
  • Wetlands
  • Woodland and forest
NBS hazard
  • Coastal Erosion
  • Cold Wave
  • Drought
  • Flood
  • Forest Fire
  • Heat Wave
NBS policy level
  • EU
  • National
NBS type
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Hybrid (green-blue-grey)

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Record created October 25, 2019, Last Updated August 2, 2021