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Linda Toledo is a doctoral researcher at the Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development (DMU), where she is investigating the risk of overheating in energy efficient homes. Trained in architecture and urbanism, she conducts research and consultancy in the fields of climate change adaptation within cities, sustainable urban regeneration, and low energy housing design.
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