On March 6th, we published a summary of our latest study in Nature Urban Sustainability, as a Guest Post in Carbon Brief. Access here.
Is the resilience of European cities improving? Just published: our new study on assessing the quality of urban adaptation plans
Our study responds to the pressing need of national and local governments to assess the progress of adaptation planning and the quality of plans. In the absence of comparable and globally available indicators on adaptation and its outcomes, the ADAQA index enables practitioners and scholars to assess the quality of adaptation plans and, in particular, […]
A new article by the team, led by Monica Salvia, sheds light on regional and local climate mitigation actions of the Mediterranean Europe, focusing on the plans to reduce greenhouse gases emissions in a representative sample of 51 regions and 73 cities across 9 Mediterranean countries (Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain) […]
Would you like to access the data we have used for our latest study analysing the carbon reduction goals in 327 cities in Europe? Check this new data paper out! (open access!) Salvia, M., Reckien, D., Pietrapertosa, F., Eckersley, P., Spyridaki, N.-A., Krook-Riekkola, A., Olazabal, M., De Gregorio Hurtado, S., Simoes, S. G., Geneletti, D., […]
A tremendous effort analysing our data on 327 local climate mitigation policies has led to a new article focusing on their emissions reduction ambitions: will they be enough to lead Europe to a carbon neutrality? Well, the answer is no. According to the most comprehensive and representative study in Europe to date, European cities need […]