Resilient urban design for climate risk mitigation
Rising sea levels and climate related extreme weather events pose an existential risk to some of the world’s most economically and strategically important cities. How does the risk profile of natural hazards change from region to region, and where are the dangers most pronounced? What can policymakers, businesses and built environment professionals do to future-proof urban centres accordingly?
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