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Climate-Resilient Infrastructure is an approach to architecture and urban design that accepts climate change as an inevitable factor to consider. This trend involves using emergent technologies and construction techniques to design buildings capable of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and reusing waste. Additionally, many of these buildings are designed to withstand extreme weather conditions. Beyond physical structures, expect this trend to affect other fields relating to the built environment, including construction, architecture, city planning, and even geology.

Climate Resilient Infrastructure

KEY TRENDS

Escalating green action in cities