A report from the European Environment Agency (EEA) is the first review of how the 33 EEA member countries (including the 28 European Union Member States) have assessed the risks from climate change, and how they used this information in developing adaptation policies to address these risks. 

The purpose of the report is to share experiences and knowledge and to highlight approaches and practical solutions that countries have used to produce and present their assessments. It also aims to promote a better understanding among experts and policymakers involved in adaptation planning. The findings will contribute to better informed decision making and adaptation in key vulnerable sectors, such as agriculture, fisheries, biodiversity protection, spatial planning and infrastructure development.

The report is based on information about relevant multi-sectoral assessments reported from EEA member countries. 

The National climate change vulnerability and risk assessments in Europe, 2018 report can be accessed here.