Posts tagged with 'resilience'
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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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Habitat III's High Level Roundtable “Ecological, Climate Change Resilient, Disaster-Responsive Cities” took place on Tuesday, October 18, 2016. Photo by Alex Rogala/WRI.
Live from Habitat III: Four Priorities for Creating Economically, Environmentally and Socially Resilient Cities
WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities is reporting on Habitat III from Quito, Ecuador. Follow our daily coverage on TheCityFix. Habitat III, the third United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development, officially began on Monday, October 17th in Quito. ...
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A View of Tremont Street in Boston. Photo by Yu-Jen Shih / Flickr
Supercharging Investment in Sustainable Infrastructure: Perspectives from Boston
Milton Bevington is Senior Advisor to the City of Boston under the City Energy Project. He guest-authored this post on the City of Boston’s work on sustainable infrastructure finance. The potential threat which climate change presents to the economy, public ...
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Buses at the Porto Alegre Central Market. Photo by Benoit Colin/WRI
Making Climate Resilience a Core Part of City Development
As home to more than half the world’s population, cities are some of the places most vulnerable to the impacts of a warmer world. Yet in many ways, they’re still not equipped to deal with the challenges climate change presents. ...
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As climate change produces more severe weather and increases sea levels, cities must invest in resilient transport systems. Photo by trokilinochchi/Flickr
Beyond COP21: Paving The Way To A Resilient Transport System
TheCityFix is covering cities at COP21. Urban areas account for a large share of greenhouse gas emissions but are also tremendous agents of innovation to address climate change. Read our full coverage of the Paris Climate Conference as it relates to cities, buildings, and mobility. The world ...
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