This project proposes to develop a co-evolutionary urban climate change decision support tool (UrbanCLIM), to support climate change impact and risk assessment for the major sectors: health, transport, water. A participatory assessment approach will be applied through working with local urban policy makers and planners. A series of climate change impact models (flood, storm surge, heat waves and other impact models as identified during the project) and cost-benefit tools for adaptation measures analysis will be developed and incorporated in the UrbanCLIM. Case study and capacity building activities will be carried out in China and Vietnam. T
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