Climatescan.nl: the development of a web-based map application to encourage knowledge-sharing of climate-proofing and urban resilient projects

Jonathan Tipping, Floris Boogaard, R. Jaeger, A. Duffy, T. Klomp, M. Manenschijn

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Abstract

Over recent years, there has been an explosion in the number and diversity of projects undertaken to address urban resilience and climate proofing. Sharing the knowledge gained from these projects demands increasingly innovative and accessible methods. This paper details the outcomes of one such initiative: an interactive web-based map application that provides an entry point to gain detailed information of various ‘blue-green’ projects. The climatescan.nl has proven to be a successful tool in several international workshops, not only for field-based practitioners but also for those involved in teaching and research. Further upscaling is needed however if the full potential of such an application is to be achieved.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventAmsterdam International Water Week -
Duration: 2 Nov 20156 Nov 2015

Conference

ConferenceAmsterdam International Water Week
Period2/11/156/11/15

Keywords

  • climate adaptation
  • urban resilience

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Tipping, J., Boogaard, F., Jaeger, R., Duffy, A., Klomp, T., & Manenschijn, M. (2015). Climatescan.nl: the development of a web-based map application to encourage knowledge-sharing of climate-proofing and urban resilient projects. Paper presented at Amsterdam International Water Week, .
Tipping, Jonathan ; Boogaard, Floris ; Jaeger, R. ; Duffy, A. ; Klomp, T. ; Manenschijn, M. / Climatescan.nl: the development of a web-based map application to encourage knowledge-sharing of climate-proofing and urban resilient projects. Paper presented at Amsterdam International Water Week, .8 p.
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Tipping J, Boogaard F, Jaeger R, Duffy A, Klomp T, Manenschijn M. Climatescan.nl: the development of a web-based map application to encourage knowledge-sharing of climate-proofing and urban resilient projects. 2015. Paper presented at Amsterdam International Water Week, .