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Materiais para arrefecimento de edifícios ajudam a salvar vidas no contexto da recessão económica do COVID-19

Authors: Pacheco-Torgal, F.;

Materiais para arrefecimento de edifícios ajudam a salvar vidas no contexto da recessão económica do COVID-19

Abstract

Este artigo procede a uma revisão da literatura científica recente sobre os padrões de aquecimento do Planeta Terra, os quais sabe-se agora andam a ser substancialmente agravados por vários ciclos de retroalimentação positiva. Os referidos ciclos apontam para a elevada possibilidade do aquecimento do nosso Planeta, poder ser muito mais rápido do que o previsto no recente relatório especial do Painel Intergovernamental sobre Mudanças Climáticas-IPCC e nessa sequência o presente artigo contém previsões de alguns académicos, sobre a gravidade da presente situação. Igualmente objeto de revisão é o problema das ondas de calor que o IPCC, considera a mais grave ameaça da atual emergência climática, o qual por sua é agravado pelo fenómeno das ilhas de calor urbano. O presente artigo contém também algumas indicações sobre o contributo dos materiais para arrefecimento de edifícios, no respeitante à mitigação dos impactos sociais das ondas de calor, contributo esse que adquire especial importância no contexto da recessão económica provocada pela pandemia Covid-19

Este trabalho foi financiado pela Fundação para aCiência e a Tecnologia - Ministério da Ciência,Tecnologia e Ensino superior (FCT/MCTEs) no âmbitodo projeto CEECIND/00609/2018

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Materiais para arrefecimento, Engenharia e Tecnologia::Engenharia Civil, Emergência climática, :Engenharia Civil [Engenharia e Tecnologia], COVID-19, Eficiência Energética

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