Collect climate data in our Built Environment and figth SLODs
SLow Onset Disasters (SLOD) are responsible for the production of systemic effects on the urban ecosystem and can seriously harm people who live in cities. Therefore, the agents underpinning the SLODs must be carefully analyzed to acquire a good knowledge of the effects on the citizens and of their correlation with Built Environment (BE) characteristics.
Data from a 3 years-long monitoring campaign in Milan are finally organized thanking to the BE S2ECURe action, by providing interesting insights on air temperature, precipitation level, relative humidity, and global horizontal radiation. See how the Universal Thermal Climate Index (UTCI) can evaluate the thermal stress for citizens and their outdoor comfort level over discovering results of D2.1.1 !