|téměř žádná AK||nadprůměrná AK|
|velmi nízká AK||dobrá AK|
|nízká AK||velmi dobrá AK|
|mírná AK||vysoká AK|
|střední AK||velmi vysoká AK|
The map shows the current adaptive capacity in the Czech Republic. The highest adaptive capacity occurs in the areas of the Czech Republic characterized by relatively higher gross domestic product per capita, lower unemployment rate, lower economic dependency ratio (the proportion of children and elderly to economic active population), higher number of schools and hospitals, and denser transport infrastructure. The regions with higher adaptive capacity within the Czech Republic are the Central Bohemia, South Moravia and Prague regions. Adaptive capacity is hindered by the presence of other types of socioeconomic and environmental pressures, such as in the Karlovy Vary, Ústí nad Labem and Olomouc regions.