This post discusses the slow water approach and how cities and communities can better manage water with climate change and rapid urbanisation.
Urban planning and design can effectively tackle climate change by addressing climate adaptation and mitigation.
The author points out that EVs are still cars that support peoples' lifestyles, affecting the climate. Lifestyle change is needed.
Australia's cities Sydney, Brisbane, & Melbourne, will suffer scorching heat due to the receding green cover, UHI effect, and climate change.
Dumbeongs can be a good model for water harvesting and supplemental irrigation, a climate-adaptive infrastructure that supports local social-ecological resilience.
The European Climate Adaptation Platform has published a report that highlights 10 case studies on how Europe is adapting to climate change.
In this YouTube video, the lecturer Marian Hubbard Rice explains how Salt Lake City has integrated climate change adaptation in its watershed management.
The WB article, “Low-carbon infrastructure: an essential solution to climate change,” explains the contribution of infrastructure to carbon emissions.
The study examines the use of green spaces as solutions to mitigate urban heat island effect (UHI) and as a climate adaptation measure to climate change.
The study reviewed the main climate change hazards urban residents face, how it can amplify impacts on social, ecological, and technical component cities.