A New Perspective on Green Architecture

Communities

How can we best prepare for the effects of a warming climate? With so many organizations focusing on reducing carbon emissions, Miami-based architects Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk share a new perspective that shifts our focus from green architecture to adaptive architecture. Read how incorporating concepts around resiliency and adaptation into the whole design process can create strong communities that are more equipped to handle climate changes.

Read more at cleantechnica.com



Tags: architecture, Resilience Hubs

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