Building resilient cities
A new dimension is taking root in the world of municipal infrastructure planning – the concept of resiliency.
It’s not simply a case of hardening infrastructure to cope with infrequent shocks to the urban landscape wrought by extreme weather, flooding, or widespread power outages.
Preparing for the Unexpected
Some use the term “future proofing.” I prefer the concept of resiliency, because designing “future-proof” cities assumes we know what lies before us – which we don’t.
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