The water in Charleston is rising, and there’s no way around it. Yet, developers continue to seek out low-lying and vulnerable areas for new construction, and often these developments have real, physical impacts on long-standing Charleston communities.
Development & Infrastructure
In an era of climate change, rising inequality and conflicting views on how to build the cities of the future, the specter of the American highway looms above them all.
Belvin Olasov talks with Rebecca Fanning, Al Mason, and Kate Blatt Ancaya about urban ecological design concepts that could be the future of Charleston.
Coastal Conservation League's Betsy La Force discusses what Charleston, SC's Union Pier could be.
Alternative building and infrastructure are part of our eco-futurist vision for Charleston. Root Down Designs is leading the way.
Can the College of Charleston be a leader on climate? Read about their current intiatives and the obstacles they have toward sustainability.
Get Lit, Stay Lit is an intiative developing resilient communities in New Orleans, Louisiana.