The development of architecture targeting vulnerable populations such as the homeless is not a new phenomenon, but there appears to be a growing recognition of the implications of such design trends upon social injustice.
Mobility involves much more than the simple movement from one point to another: it is the tool through which we build our everyday world.
Local adaptation to climate change includes interconnected actions that become more concrete and costly when they get closer to the local level. To some extent, it is possible to shift to new adaptation targets commitments and expenditures that have been already planned; however adaptation measures often need additional finance.
The science is clear—it’s time for our resolve and action to follow suit.