A1.2. Management board meeting organization and coordination.
A2.1. To develop the theoretical framework for the SCINF using an inductive approach, building knowledge from: 1) evidence collected through bottom-up interactions with policy and decision makers, 2) previous experiences within the research teams and 3) a literature review.
A2.2. To enhance the quality and identify gaps in the SCINF with stakeholders from each case study, and incorporate their feedback, hence improving its usefulness and transferability.
A2.3. To incorporate all the feedback from all the case studies, put together perspectives, and reformulate those aspects found necessary before launching the SCINF.
A3.1. Compilation of data on hydrological, meteorological parameters and urban water consumption as well as modeling activities of the interaction between the Tărlung hydrographic basin and the city of Brașov by exploiting the semi-distributed Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model
A3.5. Calibration and validation of all models.
A4.1. Stakeholder elicitation using focus groups, co-developing the SCINF with policy and decision makers and gathering all the information that would be later integrated in the products.
A4.4. Co-production of information relevant to stakeholders about integrated land use management, in order to improve water supply and reduce climate change derived risks.
A5.1. Workshop for policy and decision makers.
A6.1. Preparation of press materials with a focus on the relevance of co-benefits between adaptation and mitigation, accompanied by activity in social media.
A6.2. Preparation of press materials for academic outlets (Phys.org, Science Daily, AlphaGalileo).