Overview

KLIMAPOLIS is a 5-year joint project (2017-2022) between Germany and Brazil to establish and develop a long term cooperative research on urban air pollution and climate change in metropolitan areas of Brazil.

The project has been funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), and will address the questions of co-evolution of urbanization, climate change and air pollution in several metropolitan areas of Brazil. The objective is to co-design with city officials and assess win-win solutions that will lead to the development of smart cities, resilient to climate change and air pollution. This will be achieved by integrating complimentary expertise through staff exchange between Brazil and Germany, training courses and joint workshops

 

 

 

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The American Geophysical Union (AGU) has opened abstract submissions to its Fall Meeting 2019, in San Francisco, CA, on 09-13 December 2019. Below is...

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Join us for the tomorrow, Friday 24th May, at 13:30hs (Brazil time), for the launch of the Klimapolis Laboratory. It will be an exciting programme...

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Klimapolis is already ramping up preparations for its second phase, which will include metropolitan areas in the Northeast of Brazil. In order to...

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