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). As an assessment of the latest research and new scientific insights, ARC3.3 explores pressing climate issues, transformative solutions, and cross-cutting themes. This series is produced by scholars from cities around the world with the ambition of helping cities further fulfill their role as climate change leaders. Each of the twelve Elements has innovative approaches to mitigation, adaptation, and resilience, highlighting effective strategies for urban action and transformation. The series invites readers to engage with the latest advancements, empowering researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and students to actively shape the future of urban environments.
Read more information about the content of ARC3.3 at the "ARC3 Series" tab of this website.
Please visit the Cambridge Elements website to read ARC3.3 upon publication in Q1 2024 through Q4 2025.