ENLARGE

Through modelling of urban development scenarios and the use of decision support tools, we can better understand how community resilience in relation to natural and anthropogenic stresses can be strengthened by the optimal integration of FWE technology hubs at varying scales.

Developing sustainable future cities depends on the opportunities to optimally integrate and mobilize food, water and energy (FWE) resources in a synergistic way to reduce water, carbon, and ecological footprints, and to increase the community resilience against challenges exacerbated by climate change, population growth, and resources depletion.

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ENLARGE – Enabling large-scale adaptive integration of technology hubs to enhance community resilience through decentralized urban FWE nexus decision support
Duration: 2018–2021
Internet: www.jpi-urbaneurope.eu/enlarge
Contact: Dr. Edo Abraham, Delft University of Technology, Dr. Ni-Bin Chang, University of Central Florida
E-mail: e.abraham@tudelft.nl, nchang@ucf.edu
Budget: 1.072.421 €
Partners: Delft University of Technology, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions, University of Central Florida, IRSTEA, ECOSEC, ECOFILAE, University of Florida, Florida Solar Energy Center, Southeast Florida Regional Climate ChangeCompact – Resilient Redesign, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction Miami, National Taiwan University, Taipei City Government, Ecological Sequestration Trust

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