IDENTIFICAÇÃO DE AMEAÇAS E IMPACTOS DA MUDANÇA CLIMÁTICA NA INFRAESTRUTURA DE TRANSPORTE RODOVIÁRIO

Autores

  • Victor Hugo Souza de Abreu COPPE/UFRJ
  • Thaís Guedes Máximo Monteiro UEZO/UERJ
  • Filipe Batista Ribeiro COPPE/UFRJ
  • Andrea Souza Santos COPPE/UFRJ

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29183/2447-3073.MIX2022.v8.n3.142%20-%20156

Palavras-chave:

Mudança climática, Infraestrutura, Transporte rodoviário, Ameaças, e Impactos.

Resumo

A infraestrutura de transporte rodoviário é um dos ativos que mais sofre e continuará sofrendo com os impactos da mudança climática, tendo em vista o prosseguimento do aquecimento global. Notadamente, as redes de transporte são essenciais para a economia e a sociedade e sua adaptação à mudança climática é necessária. Nesse sentido, este artigo tem como objetivo identificar os principais impactos de ameaças climáticas na infraestrutura de transporte rodoviário. Durante a revisão da literatura (fundamentada em buscas diretas em bases de dados e em buscas documentais), foi possível identificar cerca de 60 potenciais impactos das 12 ameaças climáticas analisadas, que acarretam prejuízos de diferentes magnitudes que vão desde danos mais superficiais no pavimento até colapso da plataforma rodoviária. Além disso, considerações importantes sobre medidas de adaptação são realizadas com atenção especial à Análise de Risco Climático e uma maior conscientização e engajamento de partes interessadas.

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