Posts tagged with 'climate resilience'
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Improving Urban Climate Resilience in 2018 Requires More Data – and Urgency
Improving Urban Climate Resilience in 2018 Requires More Data – and Urgency
With the new year just starting, urban decision-makers are planning their 2018 to-do lists, and resilience is the perfect place to start. In 2017, natural disasters stole the show, flooding the headlines and trending on social media. More than 40 ...
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Photo Essay: A Look at How Climate Change Affects Poor Urban Communities in Surat and Semarang
Photo Essay: A Look at How Climate Change Affects Poor Urban Communities in Surat and Semarang
One of the biggest challenges to climate action is not only understanding the risks of flooding, extreme heat and other challenges, but how your community might respond to these risks. What are its strengths? How might policymakers augment existing capacities ...
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Flooded coastal cities following Hurricane Harvey. Photo by Daniel J. Martinez/The National Guard/Flickr
After the Deluge: How Houston Can Rebuild With Resilience
As southeast Texas residents and officials conduct what’s certain to be a grim accounting of Hurricane Harvey’s deadly impacts, they will also turn their attention to rebuilding and recovery. When they do, they will face a clear choice: whether to ...
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Aerial photography of Punta Gorda, on Florida's Gulf of Mexico coast. Photo by Carlton Ward
Can Reef and Beach Insurance Improve Coastal Resilience?
When you hear the word “nature,” what do you think about? A pristine beach? Maybe your favorite wild animal? Nature means different things to different people. But do you think of nature as a powerful source of protection from storms, rising ...
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Children play in flood waters after torrential rains in Kampung Melayu, Jakarta. Photo by Kate Lamb, Freelance journalist.
What About the People? Unlocking the Key to Socially Sustainable and Resilient Communities
Rapid urbanization, economic growth and climate change are putting increasing pressure on urban communities around the world. While strong physical structures are important, social relationships play a key role in determining urban communities’ resilience during adverse weather events. Community resilience ...
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Da Nang, Vietnam. Photo by Jean-Pierre Bluteau / Flickr
Voices of Efficiency: Dinh Quang Cuong, Amit Prothi and Da Nang’s Plans for a Resilient, Efficient Economy
The government of Da Nang, Vietnam has prioritized building efficiency as part of its new Resilience Strategy to address public health and economic risks from climate change. In 2016, the city began working with the global Building Efficiency Accelerator (BEA) ...
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