The results of the Adriatic Adaptation Award Context as well as the CREATE project results were presented on June 14 in Venice, during the project Final Conference. Adriatic Adaptation Award was given to the city of Pula, Istria, for the way it designed and implemented its rain gardens, or natural infiltration systems, which, through the use of natural structures such as gardens and ditches, protect against flooding in the event of heavy rainfall. Other projects that received mentions from CREATE were the Emilia Romagna region and its Strategy of the Integrated Management for Protection and Adaptation of the Coast to climate change (GIDAC), city of Rimini and its Sea Park and the Ethnological Park "Anton Plašimuha" at the Municipality of Lovran in Istria.
CREATE has analyzed what had already been produced by previous projects financed by the Interreg programme Italy Croatia and selected the most useful experiences, tools and practices to support local adaptation in the area. These experiences were promoted through 8 CREATivE Talks, through conferences, workshops and will be presented in the Adaptation Handbook. Upon closure of the CREATE project its outputs will be avaliable through the AdriAdapt knowledge platform.