On 9 November 2018, Barcelona held the first science day in the framework of ‘Days for Climate’, a series of activities aimed at citizens and institutions to highlight the commitments made and initiatives performed by the city to tackle the effects of climate change. The event consisted of a series of round tables led by different contributors to reports on how climate change may affect Barcelona, specifically related to the following aspects:
- How climate change affects health (linked to rising temperatures and other factors).
- Anticipated changes in the city's natural environment (green spaces and biodiversity).
- Risks to the smooth running of the city (water and energy).
- Research and management of the city.
Climate Change Studies in Barcelona
- Velasco, M.; Russo, B.; Martínez, M.; Malgrat, P.; Monjo, R.; Djordjevic, S.; Fontanals, I.; Vela, S.; Cardoso, M.; Buskute, A.; et al. Resilience to Cope with Climate Change in Urban Areas—A Multisectorial Approach Focusing on Water—The RESCCUE Project. Water 2018, 10, 1356.
- Evans, B.; Chen, A.S.; Prior, A.; Djordjevic, S.; Savic, D.A.; Butler, D.; Goodey, P.; Stevens, J.R.; Colclough, G. Mapping urban infrastructure interdependencies and fuzzy risks. Procedia Eng. 2018, 212, 816–823.
- Forero-Ortiz, E.; Martínez-Gomariz, E. Hazards threatening underground transport systems. Nat. Hazards 2020.
- Redolat, D.; Monjo, R.; Paradinas, C.; Pórtoles, J.; Gaitán, E.; Prado-Lopez, C.; Ribalaygua, J. according to statistical/dynamical approaches.
- Satorras, M.; Ruiz-Mallén, I.; Monterde, A.; March, H. Co-production of urban climate planning: Insights from the Barcelona Climate Plan. Cities. Volume 106. November 2020.