Resilience and Recovery in Greece is a 24-month program that will create a Hub for Climate Change, working with ELIAMEP and RCC (Resilient Cities Catalyst) and accelerate the design and delivery of transformative climate initiatives.

What we hope to achieve:

The four key goals are to collect information and make knowledge accessible; build capacity; enhance networking; and contribute to the actions on the future of jobs through the lenses of climate, transition and resilience.

The Hub aspires to collect all the country-related information in the form of a “one-stop shop” through an online platform that will serve as the focal point and will include studies, scientific articles, best practices from the international community and the actions of stakeholders relative to climate change. 

At the same time, the Hub aims to enhance the output of these actions by providing services to Hub users, in the form of networking and knowledge sharing, by connecting its users or providing online training on climate and resilience issues and the creation of “green” jobs, as well as by providing capacity building support, mainly at the local government level, for the creation of transformation programmes. 

The production of policy papers is also envisaged, based on the data that will be collected inside the Hub and the results of the citizens’ consultation panels. Finally, the Hub also aims to open the door to the international community and the discussion that takes place outside the Greek borders.

The Hub is expected to operate for a period longer than the project’s initial duration. The operation of the Hub will be a dynamic process and the progress will be monitored and evaluated. The end goal is to create a self-sustainable Hub that will be funded through various sources including a system of membership, thus ensuring its independent operation. 


Climate Hub: Building Resilience

A short overview of our Climate Hub Project.

Climate Hub: Building up Resilience session

Michael Berkowitz, Maria Logotheti and Philip Glanville

Climate Hub: Building Resilience

Stakeholder breakfast briefing session.

Closing Celebration of The New York Times Climate Hub

Kim Conniff Taber, Fatou Jeng and Special Guest: Little Amal

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