Climate Change and Cities: Second Assessment Report of the Urban Climate Change Research Network
[First Paragraph] Coastal cities have been subjected to extreme weather events since the onset of urbanization. Climatic change, in particular sea level rise, coupled with rapid urban development are amplifying the challenge of managing risks to coastal cities. Moreover, urban expansion and changes and intensification in land use further pressure sensitive coastal environments through pollution and habitat loss.
Original Publication Citation
Dawson, R.J., Khan, M.S.A., Gornitz, V., Lemos, M. F., Atkinson, L., Pullen, J., and Osorio, J. C. (2018). Urban Areas in Coastal Zones. In Rosenzweig, C., W. Solecki, P. Romero-Lankao, S. Mehrotra, S. Dhakal, and S. Ali Ibrahim (eds.), Climate Change and Cities: Second Assessment Report of the Urban Climate Change Research Network. Cambridge University Press. New York. 319-362
Dawson, Richard C.; Khan, M. Shah Alam; Gornitz, Vivien; Lemos, Maria Fernanda; Atkinson, Larry; Pullen, Julie; Osorio, Juan Camilo; Usher, Lindsay; Rosenzweig, Cynthia (Ed.); Solecki, William (Ed.); Romero-Lankao, Patricia (Ed.); Mehrotra, Shagun (Ed.); Dhakal, Shobhakar (Ed.); and Ibrahim, Somayya Ali (Ed.), "Urban Areas in Coastal Zones" (2018). CCPO Publications. 370.