As of 1 January 2014 the Norwegian Environment Agency assists the Ministry of the Environment in CCA matters and is responsible for maintaining and developing Klimatilpasning.no. The first White Paper on CCA was adopted by Stortinget (The Norwegian Parliament) in 2013, outlining national policies and guidance for adaptation in Norway. The White Paper represents the Norwegian national strategy for CCA. The major target group for the Norwegian Climate Adaptation web portal, re-launched on 2 May 2016, is planners and decisions makers in Norway. The portal provide knowledge, guidance and sharing of experiences of climate change adaptation. An example database has been developed including various example on how to work on climate change adaptation (CCA) particularly on local and regional level, for example how to consider CCA in planning processes and on how to carry out specific CCA measures like green/blue solutions . Klimatilpasning.no is a climate adaptation guide in itself. The portal highlights why and how CCA is relevant in planning process and for various sectors. The content has been developed in close dialogue with sectoral governments and the portal actively links external sources . Furthermore, the new portal is also closely connected to the Norwegian Climate Service Center's web-portal where past, present and future climate data are available. Klimatilpasning.no is not the one-stop-shop for CCA information and guidance, but rather a guide to relevant information or guidance materials outside of the portal.