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The New Yorker: Building for Resilience in California's Fire Prone Future
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The New Yorker Magazine recently spoke with David about the need for resilience planning in architecture. As global climate change brings about greater instability and uncertainty in natural and built environments, humans need to undertake regenerative as well as resilient design measures to simultaneously prevent and prepare for extreme weather events. Through fire rebuilds and resilience plans, S.E.A. is helping communities in the wildland urban interface be smarter and independent. Read more here.

Image Courtesy of Forest Service / Stuart Palley. CC-BY-2.0

David Hertz