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Urban Climate Change Research Network (UCCRN)

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www.uccrn.org

 

Description

The Urban Climate Change Research Network (UCCRN) is a consortium of individuals and institutions dedicated to the analysis of climate change mitigation and adaptation and energy issues from an urban perspective. It is designed to enhance cutting-edge scientific, economic and planning-related research and to promote knowledge-sharing among researchers, urban decision-makers, and stakeholders about all aspects of climate change and cities.

The UCCRN is coordinating city-centered scientific assessments and state-of-the-knowledge reports for urban decision-makers, to help build capacity for action. The first in this on-going series, the First UCCRN Assessment Report on Climate Change and Cities (ARC3), presents current mitigation and adaptation research and practice in over 100 cities around the globe, and is available from Cambridge University Press. The UCCRN is in the process of developing its second assessment report, ARC3-2.

Further information
Regional focus All regions
Sector Business
Food security, agriculture, forestry and fisheries
Human health
Oceans and coastal areas
Science, assessment, monitoring and early warning
Transport, infrastructure and human settlements
Water resources
Adaptation delivery activity Capacity building
Climate-resilient development planning
Communications and awareness-raising
Disaster risk reduction
Early warning systems
Knowledge management
Risk/vulnerability mapping
NWP work area Adaptation planning and practices
Climate related risks and extreme events
Research
Climate hazards Drought
Flood
Heatwaves
Storms/tropical cyclones
Wildfires
Operational scale Global

Organizations, institutions and private sector companies at all levels and in a wide range of sectors can become engaged with the NWP by becoming a partner and making Action Pledges. Information about how organizations can become engaged with work on adaptation under the NWP can be found here.


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