Snack News - Bocconi University and Corriere della Sera
Climate change is strongly affecting our daily life. Earth’s temperature has risen by 0.08° C per decade since 1880. 2020 has been the second warmest year in the 141-year record, with an increase in average temperatures of 0.3 °C compared to the decade 2006-2015.
Climate change brings higher temperatures, but also droughts, extreme events, loss of natural capital and health risks.
Are our cities changing to face climate change?
Edoardo Croci, SUR Lab director and professor at Bocconi University, talks about sustainable urban solutions to reduce and mitigate climate change effects in our cities.