Category Archives: RSE-MOST Scotland-Taiwan Project

Reflecting on two years of interdisciplinary research together

From Urban Green Adaptation Diary On 17 June 2016, at the 23rd Pacific Science Congress at Academia Sinica in Taipei, we delivered our first conference paper together. Titled “Achieving Mitigation of Land Surface Temperature via Greenspaces: A Case Study of Taipei … Continue reading

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NEW PAPER: urban greening, equity, and climate adaptation

Originally posted on Urban Green Adaptation Diary This post summarises the main findings of the paper ‘What might ‘just green enough’ urban development mean in the context of climate change adaptation? The case of urban greenspace planning in Taipei Metropolis, Taiwan’, … Continue reading

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RSE-MOST Project Work in Taipei, January 2018

In January 2018, we had the first Taipei session for our Royal Society of Edinburgh-Ministry of Science and Technology Joint Research Project. Following on from the Scotland visit last summer, this time it was Leslie’s turn to travel to Taiwan … Continue reading

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Fieldwork report: RSE-MOST Scotland-Taiwan research project

Written by Leslie and originally posted on Urban Green Adaptation Diary At the end of July, we had the first scheduled visit and fieldwork round for our Royal Society of Edinburgh-Ministry of Science and Technology Joint Research Project titled “spatial … Continue reading

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