Building urban resilience to climate change

“Certain characteristics make the urban environment particularly vulnerable to heat, flooding and water scarcity. For example, buildings and road surfaces store heat and prevent water from draining away, while in times of water shortage, high population density and the demands of industry put pressure on water sourced from the surrounding regions. As climate change intensifies, it will exacerbate these existing weaknesses and pressures.”

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