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Advancing tools and methods for flexible adaptation pathways and science policy integration: New York City panel on climate change 2019 report

Source(s):  New York Academy of Sciences, the (NYAS)

Cities and the communities who live in them are significantly impacted by climate shifts in both means and extremes. These are already affecting the New York metropolitan region and will increasingly do so in the coming decades. This New York City Panel on Climate Change 2019 Report (NPCC3) provides co‐generated tools and methods for implementing region‐wide resilience strategies.

As the city follows flexible adaptation pathways to respond to the increasing risks posed by climate change, these tools and methods can be used to observe, project, and map climate extremes; monitor risks and responses; and engage with communities to develop effective policies and programs.

The NPCC3 is a special issue of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (Volume 1439, Issue 1).



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  • Advancing tools and methods for flexible adaptation pathways and science policy integration: New York City panel on climate change 2019 report
  • Publication date 2019
  • Author(s) Rosenzweig, Cynthia; Solecki, William et al.
  • Number of pages 311 p.

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