Led by EURECAT, WP1 will identify and implement the most suitable techniques for the restoration of coastal biodiversity and ecosystem services and apply them in a set of Pilots, defining an approach for upscaling.
Led by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), WP2 will prepare a risk assessment suite based on hydro-morpho-eco coupled models with ecosystem services parameterised as a function of restoration scale and climatic conditions.
Led by the Global Climate Forum (GCF), WP3 will upscale coastal ecosystem restoration by overcoming economic and financial barriers through innovative and sustainable financial arrangements.
Led by Deltares, WP4 will integrate and coordinate the application of WP1/2/3 results to coastal adaptation-through-restoration management by developing coastal systemic adaptation pathways.
Led by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), WP5 will build upon existing knowledge and results from previous WPs, to create an enabling socioeconomic environment for transformative and restoration-supportive governance that better integrates policies and mechanisms for large scale coastal restoration.
Led by Pensoft, WP6 will develop all dissemination and exploitation tools to ensure that society and relevant public and private parties receive the necessary inputs to be engaged in the Restoration Revolution.
Led by the Catalonia University of Technology UPC-BarcelonaTech, WP7 will manage the project development to ensure a convincing demonstration of the feasibility and limits for large scale coastal restoration, generating added value with other EU and international initiatives.
Led by the Catalonia University of Technology UPC-BarcelonaTech, this work package sets out the ethics requirements that the project must comply with.