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  • Climate and science writer Tatiana Schlossberg on the inefficiencies of society’s infrastructures
  • National Design Award winner Mark Chambers on civic design initiatives to combat climate change
  • Stuart Candy, profession of design at Carnegie Mellon, on the immediacy of design and the future
  • Wahleah Johns, cofounder and executive director of Native Renewables, charting sustainable energy in Indigenous communities
  • An interview with Kate Orff, founding principal of SCAPE, discussing the role of landscape architecture in the context of climate change
  • Atmospheric scientist Katharine Hayhoe on the uncertainty of stability during global climate change
  • A brief history of sustainable wallcoverings by Greg Herringshaw, former curator of wallcoverings at Cooper Hewitt

“We designed our way into this climate emergency . . . and so we must design our way out.”
— Mark Chambers, Director of Sustainability for New York City