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Rostock, Germany; Czech Environmental Partnership Foundation
Rostock, Germany; Czech Environmental Partnership Foundation

Andrea Křivánková, časopis Veronica  8. 8. 2022

A Resilient City for a Pleasant Life

In Central Europe, we are experiencing manifestations of climate change, such as prolonged drought, less snowfall, torrential rain as well as increased temperatures and heat waves, almost daily. Such weather events cause damage to property and endanger human health and lives. Therefore, it is necessary to respond to these changes.

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Should cities employ climate specialists?

Paweł Binkiewicz  5. 7. 2022

Should cities employ climate specialists?

The awareness of the danger of climate change is constantly growing. Many companies create functions such as green officer or climate officer, i.e. people responsible for strategic activities in the climate area. In large European cities, the use of climatologists' analyzes or the creation of special advisory units employing climatologists is also becoming popular. Should we follow their example?

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Animucha, LIFE Tree Check
Animucha, LIFE Tree Check

Adéla Mráčková  8. 6. 2022

How to Cool Overheated Cities? Using Trees and Water

With the summer ahead of us, the issues of heat waves, droughts and torrential rain come back as well. It is common that in the warm months of the year the temperature in cities is higher than in the surrounding countryside, which is mainly due to the large paved areas and facades. These retain heat on hot days and continue to radiate it even after dark. Surface temperatures in cities can then reach up to 70 ° C.

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