LIFE UrbanStorm project aims to develop sustainable and climate-resilient urban stormwater systems.
The project is funded by the European Union’s LIFE + program and the Environmental Investment Center of Estonia. The aim of the UrbanStorm project is to reduce the vulnerability of Estonian cities to the effects of climate change and to increase the capacity of cities to mitigate floods caused by torrential rains. It is also important to increase the capacity of Estonian local government water management specialists and engineers and to multiply the results of the project in other local governments.
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