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Climate change adaptation in buildings

We round up articles from the climate change adaptation in buildings series.

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08 January 2014 | by

The final part of an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, wind.

07 January 2014 | by

The penultimate part of an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, drought.

06 January 2014 | by

The sixth in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, subsidence.

05 January 2014 | by

The fifth in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, the second part looking at flooding.

04 January 2014 | by

The fourth in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, flooding.

03 January 2014 | by

The third in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, mitigating excess heat.

02 January 2014 | by

The second in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This part focuses on excess heat.

31 December 2013 | by

The first in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting.

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