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Factor will present the progress of the project Multi-Threat Assessment considering Climate Change Scenarios in Uruguay

02 April 2020 | CO2

 

Given the recent events we are living from Factor we have decided to apply different measures such as telecommuting and videoconferencing meetings focused on protecting us and protecting other, but we are working and advancing projects to 100%.

On April 2, the Factor team will telematically join the team of the National Plan for Adaptation to Climate Change, also called NAP Cities, and through a videoconference will present the progress of the project: “Multi-threat assessment in four cities in Uruguay considering Climate Change scenarios”.

This project is included in the NAP Cities of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and seeks to help Uruguay carry out a plan for adaptation to climate change in cities and infrastructure, within the framework of a broader strategic agenda and related to sustainability.

The objective of this Project funded by UNDP is based on the development of a multi-threat risk evaluation for each of the four selected locations, Juan Lacaze, Montevideo, Rivera and Canelones, where future socio-economic, development and of climate change from existing information, with the aim of identifying priority action areas and making recommendations to improve adaptation to climate change, including as a final stage, the preparation of a methodological guide to facilitate its replication in other localities of the country.

During the meeting, the Factor team will present the progess, on one hand, related to the vulnerability and risk assessment stage and, finally, the team will propose the adaptation measures that will consider territorial and investment planning for the different cities.

 

Factor has more than 15 years of experience offering technical consulting services in the areas of climate change adaptation and mitigation, carbon footprint analysis, sustainability, circular economy, renewable energy and carbon markets, amongst other things, undertaken on behalf of governments and international organizations, as well as for over 400 companies, with more than 1,100 projects undertaken within 40+ countries.

 

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