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Social vulnerability to climate change in European cities – state of play in policy and Practice

@inproceedings{Breil2018SocialVT,
  title={Social vulnerability to climate change in European cities – state of play in policy and Practice},
  author={Margaretha Breil and Clare Downing and Aleksandra Kaźmierczak and Kirsi M{\"a}kinen and Linda Romanovska and Emma Terama and Robert Swart},
  year={2018}
}
Climate change impacts do not affect all citizens in the same way. They often cause worse impacts on certain vulnerable groups within cities. The aim of this technical paper is to provide the state-of-play in policy and practice for addressing social vulnerability to climate change in urban areas. 

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