Climate change isn't something that can be debated, but must be mitigated or, failing that, adapted to. How we build our cities for those changes will not only impact our ability to respond to natural disruptions, but arm us with the tools needed to handle any threats that might put our communities at risk. Eric Cesal, “Architecture’s First Responder” is a designer, writer, and noted post-disaster expert, who joins Juliette in The SCIF to discuss what it takes to build our regions to be more resilient and ready to handle any worst case scenario they might face.
Freshwater ponds appear atop the Arctic ice cap during the summer melt.
Building For The Worse Case Scenario
December 4, 2016