Learning Lessons and Evaluating


City2City Learning

The main principle of City2City learning is to enable cities to learn from each other’s knowledge and experience by sharing project results, facilitating discussions and visiting sites. City2City learning accelerates learning and actual implementation through collaboration. City2City learning provides cities with a structured process for efficient shared learning and eventual implementation of new knowledge.

The BEGIN project set up an exchange programme with workshops and demonstration projects taking place in each city. Joint design workshops and personnel exchange were organised in a direct city-to-city format, and transnational expert teams of scientific and local professionals were created to facilitate project implementation.

The BRIGAID tool aims to bridge the gap between innovators and end-users in resilience to floods, droughts and extreme weather. 

BRIGAID’s test and implementation framework for climate innovation allows for discovery and evaluation of which measures will bring the greatest benefit. 

Building with Nature



Deltares Serious Gaming

Serious gaming tool for strategic planning and training for crisis situations and education.

Combines knowledge about environment and infrastructure and barriers/enablers from stakeholders to provide a realistic visualisation of strategic implementation.

New practice can emerge from interacting with others addressing similar challenges. FAIR uses Peer2Peer meetings to create an active open space to discuss approaches to reliability, responsibilities, information management and future developments in flood protection. These meetings also challenge established practices and promote opportunities for innovation.


Peer-to-peer learning

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