Buildings are foundational items of urban development, as they sustain all the key functions of a city, from housing to services to communications (1). What is more, today’s urban areas transform and distribute energy, sustain biodiversity, and provide well-being to city dwellers (2). As such, buildings have become, more than ever before, the lifeblood of the world’s fast-growing urban fabric.
|Title of host publication||Climate technologies in an urban context|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|