Klima 2050 works to reduce the societal risks associated with climate changes and enhanced precipitation and flood water exposure within the built environment.
Klima 2050 is a Centre for Research-based Innovation (SFI) financed by the Research Council of Norway and the consortium partners. The SFI status enables long-term research in close collaboration with trade and industry, as well as other research partners aiming to strengthen Norway's innovation ability and competitiveness within climate adaptation. The composition of the consortium is vital in order to being able to reduce the societal risks associated with climate change.
Through the eight years from 2015 to 2023 the Centre has worked to obtain the necessary knowledge, methods and tools to implement solutions of great importance for a safe, sustainable and cost-effective climate adaptation for Norwegian society. It has been an effective instrument for the development and implementation of adaptive innovations for the Centre partners and society.
Read the final report on the centre's activities and results: