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October 20 @ 09:30 - October 21 @ 13:30
We already live in a world of cities, and that trend is expected to continue. While cities are becoming smarter, they can still be very vulnerable and fragile. Besides, climate change is adding pressures and uncertainties for the economy, the environment and the society in general. In urban areas, climate change may affect urban services, such as water or energy supply.
#UrbanResilience refers to reducing risks and damages from disasters and to the ability to quickly bounce back to a stable state.
In this context, the #resccueEU project organises the Urban Resilience in a context of Climate Change (#URCC2020) conference. This event aims to bring together different actors from academia, administrations, businesses and local communities to discuss multiple aspects of urban resilience and climate change.
Date: 20-21 October 2020
Place: Online meeting, open and free of charge.
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In this conference, Dr. Jose Luis Dominguez leader of the Power Systems research group of IREC, as partner of the RESCCUE project, will participates as a chair of the parallel session “Climate Change” 📅 Wednesday 21. From 9.00-10.30, Room 3. Where will be discussed as energy plays an important role in many aspects of our lives. Changes in temperature, precipitation, sea level, and the frequency and severity of extreme events will affect how much energy is produced, delivered, and consumed. This session presents some works about the analysis of climate impacts on energy sector as well as climate performance of sustainable adaptation & mitigation strategies.
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