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The Cool Towns Heat Stress Measurement Protocol provides basic guidance to enable a full Thermal Comfort Assessment (TCA) to be conducted at street-level. Those involved in implementing climate adaptation strategies in urban areas, such as in redevelopments will find practical support to identify places where heat stress may be an issue and suggestions for effective mitigation measures. For others, such as project developers, and spatial designers such as landscape architects and urban planners it provides practical instructions on how to evaluate and provide evidence-based justification for the selection of different cooling interventions for example trees, water features, and shade sails, for climate proofing urban areas.
|Publisher||Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Urban Technology|
|Number of pages||53|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
|Event||Nature Smart Cities en Cool Towns Annual Exchange of Experience Event - Online|
Duration: 19 Nov 2020 → 19 Dec 2020
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24 Sep 2020
Activity: Educational contribution / Supervising student theses, products › Educational contribution › Educational
Jeroen Kluck (Organiser), Gideon Spanjar (Organiser), Luc van Zandbrink (Organiser), Kylian Postema (Organiser), Anna van den Berg (Participant), Lotje Lemmers (Participant), Carolyn Jonkers (Participant), Vincent Kuiphuis (Participant), Tako Popma (Participant), Sanne Verbeek (Participant), Inge van den Broek (Participant) & Irène Rauch (Participant)20 Feb 2020
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Organising a conference, workshop, ... › Professional
19 Nov 2020
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Participating in a conference, workshop, ... › Professional