Adaptations to Sea Level Rise: A Tale of Two Cities – Venice and Miami
Stefano Guerzoni and
No 73a25, MarXiv from Center for Open Science
Both Venice and Miami are highly vulnerable to sea level rise and climate change. We examine the two cities´ biophysical environments, their socioeconomic bases, the legal and administrative structures, and their vulnerabilities and responses to sea level rise and flooding. Based on this information we critically compare the different adaptive responses of Venice and Miami and suggest what each city may learn from the other, as well as offer lessons for other vulnerable coastal cities.
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