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292. Human health and climate change - Sue Clark

Season 3, Ep. 292

Sue Clark (Sustainability Consultant, Piacon, Sweden/Canada)


We are talking about:

-What is the connection between human health and climate change?

-Many buildings were designed according to building codes that will no longer be relevant for future climate scenarios. But how can we change buildings?

-What is the link between heat waves and the way we build our buildings?


Links from the talk:


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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities❤️️.


Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en

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