Urban Heat: developing the role of community groups in local climate resilience

Burchell, K., Fagan-Watson, B. and Watson, T. 2017. Urban Heat: developing the role of community groups in local climate resilience. London Policy Studies Institute.

TitleUrban Heat: developing the role of community groups in local climate resilience
AuthorsBurchell, K., Fagan-Watson, B. and Watson, T.
TypeProject report
FileUrbanHeatReport_Bibliography_FINAL 31-01-17.pdf
UrbanHeatReport_ExecSummary_FINAL 31-01-17.pdf
UrbanHeatReport_mainreport_FINAL 31-01-17.pdf
Keywordsheatwave planning; community resilience; voluntary and community sector (VCS)
Year2017
PublisherPolicy Studies Institute
Place of publicationLondon
Web address (URL)http://www.psi.org.uk/site/news_article/urban_heat_report

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