Tool kit for basic communication in the event of waterlogging, flooding, heat, and drought
Are you setting up a campaign to raise awareness of the potential impact of climate change? Or would you like to encourage residents to embark on climate adaptation, for example, by greening their gardens? The Tool kit for basic communication in the event of waterlogging, flooding, heat, and drought can help you to organise a successful campaign.
The tool kit is primarily intended for municipalities, but it can also be useful for, e.g., district water boards, provinces, and security regions.
How can the tool kit be used?
The tool kit can be used to raise residents’ awareness of the impact of climate change or to encourage them to engage in climate adaptation. It contains an overview with guidelines and tips for communication, a step-by-step plan for preparing your own campaign, and standard texts to be used as a basis for your own climate adaptation web page for residents. Furthermore, the tool kit provides tips and inspiration for social media, as well as guidelines for specific campaigns, such as encouraging residents to replace pavement with greenery. Also useful is the calendar with existing campaigns with which you can tie in. Finally, the tool kit provides an overview of tools and inspiring best practices.
Who has developed the tool kit?
Date of publication
22 February 2023