Water

January 9, 2014

Seoul: Climate Risk and Response

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Seoul is the capital and largest city in South Korea, boasting a population of 10.4 million in 605 km2 (Seoul, 2011). Seoul produces 48.6% of

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Source: Cho, 2012 Source: Cho, 2012
January 9, 2014

Rabat: Climate Risk and Response

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Rabat is the second largest city and capital of Morocco, and the administrative center of the Rabat-Sale-Zemmour-Zaër Region. The city is divided into five districts,

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Source: Google Earth Source: Google Earth
January 9, 2014

New Orleans: Climate Risk and Response

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New Orleans, located in southeastern Louisiana, has a metropolitan area population of 1,205,347 per the 2012 U.S. Census and an average population density of 981.8

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NO poverty distribution
January 8, 2014

Mexico City: Climate Risk and Response

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Water availability in Mexico City, a metropolis with over 21 million people, is precarious due to climate change risk. Mexico City is using water two

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Source: Google Earth Source: Google Earth
January 7, 2014

Addis Ababa: Climate Risk and Response

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Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia, is home to the African Union and the UN Economic Commission for Africa, as well as the second

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Addis Ababa 765x500
January 2, 2014

Durban: Climate Risk and Response

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Durban, South Africa, is the largest port and city located on the east coast of Africa, with a population of approximately 3.7 million. The city

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Source: Adapted from Environmental Management Department, EThekwini Municipality Source: Adapted from Environmental Management Department, EThekwini Municipality
May 9, 2012

Buenos Aires: Water Supply 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
May 9, 2012

Johannesburg: Water Supply 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
May 9, 2012

Maputo: Water Supply 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
May 9, 2012

Kinshasa: Water Supply 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