The character of the Finnish adaptation strategy is thorough and sectoral. For each sector the impacts and measures are defined into great detail. Every sector now knows what must be done at which pace and who is responsible for this. Hopefully tall sectors re very enthusiastic and start implementing the adaptation measures immediately. But it may be a bit less optimistic in practice. What if budgets are limited and the day-to-day decision-making takes over? After the attention on the necessity to adapt during extreme weather events, the daily routine will withstand the implementation of all defined measures.
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