As the SCORE project reaches one and a half years from its kick-off, IHS is looking forward to putting co-creation into practice at each Coastal City Living Labs (CCLLs) with our consortium partners. Take a look at some of the projects that the SCORE team has been working on in the past 2 years.
SCORE on the road
So far, SCORE has achieved many important milestones. During the first year of the project, the SCORE team made fundamental steps to enhance climate change resilience in each local context while working with citizens and stakeholders in 10 European coastal cities to uncover barriers and opportunities, shape a vision and set strategic goals.
Co-create your city toolkit
Being innovative intermediaries, co-creation has been at the centre stage for the Coastal City Living Labs, orchestrating an ecosystem of actors in a specific region to tackle challenges related to sea level rise, coastal erosion and extreme events. The recently developed toolkit aims to support co-creation activities that motivate and engage stakeholders for future-proof and sustainable solutions within and beyond SCORE.
SCORE Webinar series
Throughout the second year of the project, SCORE launched its first Webinar series. The first webinar focused on ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) and its potential in coastal areas. The second episode of SCORE’s webinar series took place yesterday with a focus on co-creation and co-design, which were introduced alongside the recently launched SCORE co-creation toolkit.
What is coming next?
During the second year of SCORE, the Living Labs are going through another round of online and physical workshops. The SCORE team will further explore and apply the concepts of co-creation and co-design, including illustrative tools and methods. Four frontrunner CCLLs are conducting a participatory assessment of ecosystem-based adaptation strategies using multiple criteria analysis.
Stay tuned for another edition of the SCORE on the road blog!