Researchers will work with local community members through city councils from various states representing different geographical locations. Location selection will be based on factors such as building density, population, physical features, overheating problems etc.
Interested in being a citizen scientist?
We are looking for enthusiastic people to become citizen scientists and participate in microclimatic measurement of your neighbourhood.
What is involved?
You will be participating in a two-hour long measurement campaign on a selected afternoon during this summer (December 2018 to February 2019) during which you will be participating in various experiments.
How do I benefit?
Through participating in various experiments, you will be well-informed to respond to extreme heat through an understanding of the influential factors (such as design features, greenery and materials) affecting the local urban microclimate.