Europe

March 30, 2016

Dubai: Climate Risk and Response

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Dubai, UAE, is a coastal city in the Persian Gulf, with an arid, hot climate, and low precipitation. The city’s population is 2.24 million (Government

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December 29, 2015

Barcelona: Climate Risk and Response

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How is Barcelona coping with climate change? This analysis provides recommendations to further adapt to climate change. Barcelona has 3.2 million people within its sprawling

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Source: Jonathan Grevsen Source: Jonathan Grevsen
January 8, 2014

Helsinki: Climate Risk and Response

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Helsinki is located in southern Finland, on the shore of the Gulf, an arm of the Baltic Sea. It is the largest and most populous

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Helsinki Coastline
May 11, 2013

Turkish State Railways: Infrastructure and Environmental Policy

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On May 8th 2013, emerging sustainable development leaders gathered at Wollman Hall at The New School to discuss urban environmental policy in three urban locations: Brazil (Rio de

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GUEP Poster 2013 Spring
May 9, 2012

Budapest: Transportation Sector Assessment, Reform Mechanisms and Solutions

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Over the next two decades, $40 trillion USD will be invested in bridging the global deficit in environmental infrastructure.   At least half of this investment

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Infrastructure Economics Poster
December 7, 2011

London: Climate Risk Assessment and Response

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In December of 2011, emerging sustainable development leaders gathered in Professor Shagun Mehrotra’s Climate Change and Cities course to discuss climate risks and responses in eight

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Climate Change and Cities
October 1, 2011

London: Climate Change and Transportation

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By Kannika Phadoungxath Climate risks Performing a city climate risk assessment (Mehrotra et al., 2009) for London shows that the city can expect to experience

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London Underground
October 1, 2011

London: Climate Change and Energy

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By Heather Zanoni A climate risk assessment (Mehrotra et al., 2009) demonstrates that the most immediate impact of climate change on London’s energy sector will occur

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London Energy