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A methodological approach to measure interrelations between urban form and flood-related risks in Kampala, Uganda

Abstract : This paper aims to examine the interrelations of spatial characteristics to the often-unjust distribution of climate change risk and vulnerabilities and develop a methodological approach for Kampala to redress this situation. The research intends to increase the understanding of spatial equity and proposes a method to quantify it in environments of limited preceding research and data availability to support better-informed policy and spatial intervention strategies.
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Tjark Gall. A methodological approach to measure interrelations between urban form and flood-related risks in Kampala, Uganda. 54th ISOCARP World Planning Congress | Cool Planning: Changing Climate and our Urban Future, International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), Oct 2018, Bodø, Norway. ⟨hal-03168723⟩

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