This case study, one of three in the project, focuses on key issues related to temperature in Pakistan, and provides insights into the economic and nonfinancial returns of adaptive, resilient shelter designs that take into consideration hazards such as typhoons, flooding, and temperature increases.
Citation: Khan, F., Malik, S., & Rehman, A. (2014). Sheltering from a gathering storm: Temperature resilience in Pakistan. Boulder, CO: ISET-International.
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