S.O.S. Climate Waterfront: The Dutch Experience 2019-2023

Tineke van der Schoor (Editor), Fred Sanders, Karen Jonkers (Editor), Robert Niessen (Editor)

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    Abstract

    Sustainable Open Solutions Climate Waterfront is an interdisciplinary project that aims to explore waterfronts in Europe facing extreme situations under the threat of climate change, eg. heat, too much absent rain and sea level rise with all its consequences. The central goal is to exchange adaptive strategies for sustainable solutions for infrastructure and urban planning. The multidisciplinary perspective in cooperation with all possible partners, stakeholders and citizens, leads to a better understanding of the challenges and adaptation strategies.
    The participating parties are six coastal cities: Lisbon, Rome, Thessaloniki, Gdansk, Stockholm and the Amsterdam region. All these cities, except ‘Amsterdam’, are represented by a university. The Amsterdam area is represented by a multidisciplinary, educated but not necessarily academically employed delegation.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherBrave New Books
    Number of pages74
    Publication statusPublished - 14 Nov 2023

    Keywords

    • climate change
    • sustainable solutions
    • Europe

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