Case Study Docking Station

The Second UCCRN Assessment Report on Climate Change and Cities (ARC3.2) includes more than 115 city Case Studies, searchable in this online database–designed to allow for further exploration and examination of cases.

Accessing the Docking Station 

ARC3.2 Case Study Cities

The UCCRN Case Study Docking Station (Beta) can be accessed at the following link.

https://environmentalsolutions.mit.edu/research/climate-change-and-cities-uccrn-collaboration/

These Case Studies display empirical evidence on what cities are doing on the ground to mitigate and adapt to climate change, across a diverse set of urban challenges and opportunities. The ARC3.2 Case Study Docking Station is designed to inform both research and practice on climate change and cities by enabling initial scientifically valid cross-case comparisons and analysis across a range of social, biophysical, cultural, economic, and political contexts. 

A copy of all Case Study Files can be accessed at the CSDS Dropbox.

For more information about the case study methodology used for ARC3.2 or with questions, comments, or suggestions for the Docking Station please email crr2@columbia.edu.