Adaptation goals are defined as functional targets on a high level. A city or asset manager can, however, set certain conditions within which to achieve these targets and as such provide constraints for adaptation solutions. In ensuring a reliable water supply, for example, a city might not want to lose too much ground surface for water storage.
The adaptation goals as defined in Goal setting function as a starting point for discussing conditions and requirements to these goals. Other relevant input for this step are the outcomes of Related trends, and Context.
The outcome of this step is a list of requirements for each goal as defined in Goal setting.
- Provide the list of adaptation goals, of non-climate related trends and contexts and constraints;
- Discuss, in a smaller circle, for each goal separately the requirements taking into account trends and constraints.
- Deliver a list of requirements for each goal
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