Sharing Best Management Practices on resilient cities using the City Climatescan method: results of a web-based international knowledge exchange tool on urban resilience: www.climatescan.nl

Floris Boogaard, Rick Heikoop

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Cities are becoming increasingly vulnerable to climate change, and there is an urgent need to make them more resilient. This research involves the development of a climate adaptation tool to measure and map different parameters that provide insight into the vulnerability of urban areas. The Climatescan adaptation tool is applied all around the world in different urban neighborhoods with teams of stakeholders and practitioners.
The web-based international knowledge exchange tool on urban resilience called www.climatescan.org is a citizen science tool created through ‘learning by doing’. Stakeholders demand tools that are interactive, open source, and provide more detailed information (location, free photo and film material). Climatescan is made with and for that target group and has grown into an interactive web-based map application for international knowledge exchange on ‘blue-green’ projects around the globe. The tool has proven to be successful with over 10,000 users and more than 3,000 international climate adaptation projects. The tool is used in several international workshops, city Climatescans, and serves the needs of different stakeholders.
Originele taal-2English
TitelDesigning Resilience in Asia: Thinking the Unpredictable, Designing with Uncertainty
Plaats van productieNew York
UitgeverijActar Publishers
ISBN van geprinte versie9781948765251
StatusPublished - 1 feb. 2021

Keywords

  • natuurvriendelijke oplossingen
  • water
  • klimaatscan
  • klimaatcafé

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