The TalX project is an Irish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) funded research project that aims to establish an innovative learning network to enable a cohesive approach for measuring and acting on climate change adaptation across boundaries. This project seeks to develop best practice for processes which empower national, sectoral and local decisions makers on a transboundary scale.
What are the TalX outputs?
The TalX research aims to support and progress adaptation action across the UK and Ireland. To do this we are:
- Developing an Adaptation Capability and Maturity Model (CMM) through a co-creation process with adaptation practitioners and policy-makers,
- Establishing communities of practise for adaptation practitioners,
- Providing an assessment of national adaptation policy across the five jurisdictions areas (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Ireland).
Find out more information on the TalX project here: www.Talx.ie