Future proofing cities: risks and opportunities for inclusive urban growth in developing countries
New Delhi and Mumbai are amongst the cities that are most prone to multiple environmental risks warns this new analysis by Atkins. Covering 129 cities, it assesses the risks to cities from climate hazards and resource scarcities and how they can act now to future proof themselves.
A report ‘Future Proofing Cities’ has been published by Atkins in a unique partnership with the Department for International Development (DFID) and University College London (UCL). This report assesses the risks to cities from climate hazards, resource scarcities, and damage to ecosystems and how they can act now to future proof themselves. Covering 129 cities totalling 350 million people in 20 countries, this report identifies practical measures that cities can take to now manage these future risks.
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