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■  For publications released this month, please see publications list below
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■  We spend more than 80 percent of our time indoors - whether living or working. With energy costs of buildings dominated by air conditioning, fans and other mechanical systems that cool buildings, renewed interest is being paid to the concept of "passive" cooling, especially traditional/vernacular ideas that suit the unique conditions in the tropics. GDRC revisited an old document on this topic - a collection of design ideas - which has been updated and uploaded to the Urban Environmentl Management pages.
@gdrcdotorg - 2 January 2023

■  Happy New Year! In this year of the Rabbit - 2023, allow us here at GDRC to wish for you, a
abundant, attractive, beautiful, blessed, bountiful, brave, bright, challenging, charming, cheerful, confident, creative, dreamy, efficient, encouraging, energetic, enthusiastic, excellent, exquisite, fascinating, flawless, fortunate, fulfilling, funny, gracious, healthy, humorous, inspirational, interesting, joyous, lively, loving, lucky, merry, magnificent, passionate, perfect, pleasing, powerful, productive, prosperous, progressive, pure, relaxing, rich, romantic, secure, sensible, special, spectacular, stellar, strong, successful, super, supportive, triumphant, valuable, warm, winning, and wonderful 2022!
Cheers and best wishes!!

@gdrcdotorg - 1 January 2023

Recent publications from the GDRC (2023)

MEAs and Local Governments: Urban Areas at the Forefront of Environmental Change
   Continuing Research Series E-176. January 2023
   GDRC progranne: Urban Environmental Management

Knowledge Management is Asking Questions
   Viewpoint Series E-185. January 2023
   GDRC progranne: Knowledge Management

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