Receptivity and judgement
Expanding ways of knowing the climate to strengthen the resilience of cities

The information and knowledge that we need to address climate risks and impacts in cities, and make cities more resilient, is held by many people and in various places, and much of this knowledge has not yet even been developed. To understand and act on the many interconnections between fluctuations and changes in the climate and city dynamics, we need to find better ways of drawing together and learning from disparate and different types of information. The integrating and extending of this urban climate information needs to be done in a way that grows the collective knowledge base and empowers people to act in their various individual capacities and organisational mandates. This could be as a city official, an elected political representative, a researcher, an active citizen or a business leader.


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