On 11 December, a national workshop of the “I-Storms” - Integrated Sea sTORm Management strategies” project was held in Zagreb, Croatia. At the workshop, the Croatian Hydrological and Meteorological Institute presented project results, including the establishment of the I-STORMS network, the creation of the Sea Storm Atlas, the development of an interoperable information platform for oceanographic measurements and the development of a common Adrion strategy for management and protection of coastal areas. Ms. Škugor from PAP/RAC presented the Adriadapt project, in particular the future information platform for building resilience to climate change along the Adriatic. She emphasized some of the I-STORMS products as valuable tools for the Croatian and Italian cities and regions for enhancing their resilience. Ms. Škugor informed about different guidelines, a catalogue of adaptation options, case studies, methodologies and tools which will be available at the Adriadapt platform. Exchanges during the development of the platform will improve its future quality and usability. Ms. Povh also presented the awarded Coastal Plan for the Šibenik-Knin County, the methodology used during its development as well as its current status of its implementation. She briefly introduced the findings of the DIVA assessment of the costs of sea level rise along the Croatian coast and concluded with several dilemmas opened after implementation of these projects. In addition to PAP/RAC and DHMZ, DOOR also participated to this workshop, so that the three Adriadapt partners used the opportunity to discuss some on-going project activities.