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|Title:||Assessing urban resilience in complex and dynamic systems: the RESCCUE project approach in Lisbon research site|
|Other Titles:||Special issue "Urban resilience in a context of climate change"|
Matos, J. S.
Matos, R. S.
|Keywords:||Cascading effects;Climate change;Urban flooding;Urban resilience;Urban services|
|Abstract:||Urban environments are challenged with unprecedented anthropogenic and natural pressures, the latter being accelerated by the growing awareness of the consequences of climate change. The concept of urban resilience has been growing in response, since it allows us to understand city behaviour as a system of systems, improving its response to extreme climate-related events. This paper presents the EU H2020 Resilience to Cope with Climate Change in Urban Areas (RESCCUE) project approach in Lisbon’s research site, regarding the Hazur® resilience assessment methodology.|
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