Urban Climate Simulation Globally
ENVI-met World Tour: Exploring Innovative Urban Climate Solutions Across Continents
Building climate resilience: Exploring inspiring solutions during ENVI-met’s World Tour, where visionaries shape the future of cities
Climate change is already causing and exacerbating weather events that result in significant economic losses, ecological disruptions, and health impacts. The presented examples demonstrate how these climate-related risks can be mitigated.
Analysis and vision.
We address these issues through collaborations with architects and scientists who examine the quality of life for residents and the conditions for trees in urban environments. They provide concrete suggestions for improving urban living.
In the coming months, the ENVI-met World Tour will visit more cities in five countries across three continents. In these destinations, architects and young scientists will present adaptation strategies to make cities more resilient to extreme weather events.
Explore the Stations of ENVI-met’s Global Tour
Reshaping Kolkata’s Green Spaces: Architect Gursharan Randhawa’s Vision for Comfort in Urban Planning.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Studio 4215 examines how to adapt the city’s fabric for pedestrian comfort, while learning from the old and the new.
Professor Naboni and his colleagues at University of Parma and Tal Tech, examine how courtyards are threatened by climate change, and how strategies of shading, vegetation and cross ventilation are securing local quality.
Urban sustainability expert Carol Torres examines ways thermal comfort could be improved in Lima.
Assistant professor Morakinyo explores the potential microclimate of a part of the new coastal city Eko Atlantic, a planned city south of Victoria Island in the Nigerian state of Lagos.