Eight Ways Cities Are Building Climate Resilience
Climate change will have serious impacts for cities. In coming decades, building resilience will be essential urban policy and a smart investment for cities.
But what actions can cities take to foster resilience to climate change?
This essay looks at eight examples drawn from the Building a Climate-Resilient City research series prepared for the City of Edmonton and the City of Calgary by the the International Institute for Sustainable Development and the University of Winnipeg.
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