Are current strategies to manage SLODs in the BE effective?

Heat waves and poor air quality in built environment are becoming serious public health concerns at the global scale. The European Commission is asking each Member States to contrast the actual trend by implementing available mitigation measures, by setting legal limits for concentrations of air pollutants and by establishing agreements and standards to reduce emissions and energy intensity at source, i.e. national emission reduction commitments and sector-specific sources. But...

which available air pollution and heat wave reduction and mitigation strategies can move towards a resilient BE? Based on a literature review, the actions from D2.2.4 analysed the available case studies highlighting the mitigation potential and the actual level of implementation. The classification of the mitigation measures is complex and measures applied in a specific urban context are not suitable for others and vice versa. A portfolio of different options should be defined! 

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