Hundreds of millions of urban dwellers are at risk from the direct and indirect impacts of climate change. Climate adaption means anticipating those adverse effects and taking appropriate action to prevent or minimize the damage they can cause, or taking advantage of opportunities that may arise. It has been shown that when well planned, early climate adaptation action saves money and lives later on. Adaptation strategies are needed at all levels of urban administration; local, regional, national, EU.
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An editorial from the URBACT Secretariat on the short and long-term impacts of the Covid-19 crisis on city cooperation.
The climate crisis, as well as unhealthy lifestyles in urban environments, are closely interlinked with urban planning.
Find out why (and how) to share urban good practices!
Chris Michael shares his advice on how to write compelling city stories.
Camelia Coporan tells us about Romania's EU presidency, the benefits of transnational city networks and territorial cooperation.