This project has recived funding from European Comission by means of Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, under Grant Agreement no. 700174



  • 18. 06. 2019

    RESCCUE project was devised to analyse future urban impacts due to climate change so as to improve the resilience of Barcelona, Bristol and Lisbon. In order to achieve that, future climate projections and changes in different weather extreme events were obtained at a local scale. As RESCCUE found, the temperature will give the most important future changes in extreme values in the three cities. - By César Paradinas, FIC

  • 06. 06. 2019

    The use of nature-based solutions and the greening of urban spaces is a key strategy to improve the resilience of cities. Enhancing the synergy between the green (land and vegetation) and blue (water) urban networks plays a key role in maximising ecosystem services and increasing the city’s resilience to climate and socio-economic changes. - By Luís Mesquita David, LNEC

  • 15. 05. 2019

    The new HAZUR is a method and a tool enabling thinking and decision making based on a holistic and resilience vision of the city that can help cities in these 4 ways. - By Ignasi Fontanals, Opticits.

  • 30. 04. 2019

    Many of the world’s long-established towns and cities are coastal and they face some of the greatest challenges of all urban areas, but Bristol is faced with particular problems, as the Bristol Channel is famed for having the second highest tidal range in the world. - By Rob Henderson, Wessex Water

  • 16. 04. 2019

    The UK Climate Projections revisions have been released. This data will be crucial for practitioners like Bristol City Council and Wessex Water to help us assess the potential impacts of climate change in Bristol. - By Patrick Goodey, Bristol City Council