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Links between the Built Environment, Climate and Population Health: Interdisciplinary Environmental Change Research in New York City
(Academy of Medicine, Singapore, 2007)
Global climate change is expected to pose increasing challenges for cities in the following decades, placing greater stress and impacts on multiple social and biophysical systems, including population health, coastal ...
Planning Climate Philanthropy
Nearly every local climate plan in the United States is, in some way, funded by philanthropic sources, whether through direct underwriting of government programs, capacity building, sponsorship of academic research, or ...
Housing Adaptation: The Fall and Rise of Modernist Residential Districts
This thesis analyzes design strategies used to adapt modernist housing projects. During the first decades of the twentieth century, the modernist residential district was designed as the new and standardized form of ...
TEOTWAWKI: A Designer's Guide to Prepping
Preparing, colloquially known as “prepping,” is a political act that can be read through the medium of landscape, extending from the colonization of the United States to the present. While mainstream media portrays preppers ...