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Slide 1: Submit your city case studies!
Slide 2: UCCRN presenting at Adaptation Futures 2023
Slide 3: UCCRN at UN Climate Action Summit
Slide 4: C40 The Future We Don't Want - How Climate Change Could Impact the World's Greatest Cities
Elements in Climate Change and Cities – published in collaboration with Cambridge University Press – provides readers with urban climate change knowledge, tools, and case studies to heighten opportunities for sustainability and resilience in cities worldwide. This twelve-publication series forms UCCRN’s Third Assessment Report on Climate Change and Cities (ARC3.3), building on the preceding ARC3.1 (2011) and ARC3.2 (2018).
Building on a series of scoping sessions with stakeholders and members, UCCRN is transitioning from a report-focused organization to one that leads an on-going, sustained global city-focused climate change knowledge assessment and solutions program. The program is targeted to early, mid, and late-adopter cities through the expansion of the UCCRN to include proactive Regional Hubs, with field directors, program coordinators, and researchers that strengthen ongoing collaborations and knowledge exchange both for and with cities.
UCCRN was front and center at the Adaptation Futures 2023 Conference in Montreal this year, both as a conference sponsor and session organizer. The network hosted two well-attended sessions, and our members participated in events throughout the week.
We look forward to supporting the science and organization of the next Adaptation Futures Conference in Christchurch, New Zealand (2025).
UCCRN is hosting two sessions at the upcoming Adaptation Futures conference in Montreal next week. We hope to see members of the climate adaptation community in Montreal and at our sessions!
On October 3rd (11 AM - 12:30 PM), the Urban Climate Change Research Network’s (UCCRN) panel session will share critical research takeaways and policy recommendations from the first Elements of UCCRN’s Third Assessment Report on Cities and Climate Change (ARC3.3).
Dear UCCRN Members --
We are compiling new case studies for UCCRN’s Third Assessment Report on Climate Change and Cities (ARC3.3) and are requesting your climate change and city case studies! With our 2,000+ member network of scientists, researchers, and practitioners, your knowledge and experience on urban climate change at the local level will provide valuable insight into city-specific risks, actions, and sector-specific themes.