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National Trust

Adaptation to Climate Change

Low-Carbon technologies

Circular economy

Overview

The National Trust is Europe's largest heritage and conservation NGO. Within the UK, we own over 250,000ha of heritage land - including 1,250Km of heritage coast, 29,500 heritage buildings, 7 World Heritage Sites. We have over 5.0m members, 6,600 paid staff and 65,000 regular volunteers. We are also the UK's largest farmer and provider of tourist attractions. Our highest priorities include: developing natural solutions to coastal sea level rise; landscape scale conservation; catchment management plans; natural solutions to address flooding and drought; habitat and species restoration; reducing dependency on fossil fuels; improving visitor engagement with heritage and facilitating sustainable tourism.

Creation date: 23/01/2018

Bloc onglets

Description
Bloc 1

Name

National Trust

Heelis
Kemble Drive
Swindon
Wiltshire
SN2 2NA
United Kingdom

Swindon

www.nationaltrust.org.uk

Bloc 2

Type of actor

Interest groups including NGOs

Bloc 3

Interest to cooperate

Improve the ecosystem-based capacity of 2 Seas stakeholders to climate change and its associated water-related effects Increase the adoption of low-carbon technologies and applications in sectors that have the potential for a high reduction in greenhouse gas emissions

Bloc 4

Experience in INTERREG project?

Yes