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Climate adaptation: how can design science help the transition?

In this scan for RIBA Horizons 2034, Ronita Bardhan looks at the next 10 years, where sustainable design will no longer be just about carbon emissions reduction and shifting to net zero. The onset of climate change will require adaptation of the existing built environment to ensure it is resilient to increasingly adverse weather conditions.
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