Living architecture monitor: Summer Edition

07/06/2021

Summer 2021:
The Climate Issue

While the Climate Crisis clearly threatens us, it also provides a powerful motivation to fight it by embracing rapid change. Much of this change is already taking the form of new and positive policy developments, exciting design opportunities, and supportive research profiled in this issue. Our challenge over the next decade is to help accelerate the rate of change, implement high-quality living architecture, and emphasize what can be achieved in this, the fight of our lives.

Read the Summer issue here.

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