Multi-scale and adaptive-mitigation design methods for climate resilient cities

Mattia Federico Leone, Jeffrey Raven

Abstract


Effectively addressing the issue of climate resilience in urban areas requires the development of innovative design methods that can handle the complexity of the information needed to guide sustainable urban regeneration and retrofitting strategies, as well as to manage the technological and environmental solutions in a multi-scale perspective. The paper presents the methodology developed by the ARC3-2 Urban Planning and Design working group of the Urban Climate Change Research Network (UCCRN) and the results of the experimental activities conducted within Studios and Workshops promoted in New York, Paris and Naples by the New York Institute of Technology, the Polytechnic of Milan and the University of Naples Federico II.


Keywords


climate change; adaptive mitigation; urban regeneration; retrofitting

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Techne-22076



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