March 27 2014

FEEM Re3: "Urban Watershed Services for Improved Ecosystem Management and Risk Reduction, Assessment Methods and Policy Instruments: State of the Art"

Under scenarios of increasing urban expansion, environmental degradation and hazard exposure, the vulnerability of urban populations needs to be tackled through novel, integrated solutions. The article by Yaella Depietri, Lorenzo Guadagno and Margaretha Breil, suggests that urban areas would benefit from a shift in perspective recognizing the connections between urban areas and watersheds.

Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3

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