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Climate change does not treat people equally. Sirkku Juhola, professor of urban environmental policy, studies how risks caused by climate change vary by city-dwellers’ wealth and place of residence, among other factors. Juhola is one of the newly appointed professors providing an insight into their work at Uusien professorien juhlaluennot – Inaugural lectures 29 May. Come and join us at the University Main Building or online!
How can cities protect themselves against climate change? | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Threats stemming from climate change will be particularly pronounced in cities, since in tightly built urban areas great numbers of people live in close proximity to each other.