Nature-based Protection Against Storm Surges

Nature-based Protection Against Storm Surges Living Breakwaters, Staten Island, NYC. Image Courtesy of SCRAPE Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/992267/nature-based-protection-against-storm-surges “Superstorm Sandy in 2012 was a wake-up call for NYC and made the city realize it needed to better prepare for climate change,” said Adrian Smith, FASLA, vice president at ASLA and … Read more

Nature-based Protections Against Storm Surges – THE DIRT

Living Breakwaters, Staten Island, NYC / SCAPE Landscape Architecture and Urban Design “Superstorm Sandy made NYC realize it needed to better prepare for climate change,” said Adrian Smith, FASLA, vice president at ASLA and team leader, Staten Island capital projects, New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. “In Staten Island in 2012, storm surge … Read more

Uproar Causes US Army Corps of Engineers to Rethink Miami Storm Protection Plan

Uproar Causes US Army Corps of Engineers to Rethink Miami Storm Protection Plan Visualization of the US Army Corps of Engineers’ gray infrastructure proposal. Response to the US Army Corps of Engineers’ Back Bay Coastal Storm Risk Management Study / Curtis + Rogers Design Studio. Image Courtesy of Miami Downtown Development Authority Share Share Facebook … Read more

Uproar Causes US Army Corps of Engineers to Rethink Miami Storm Protection Plan – THE DIRT

Visualization of the US Army Corps of Engineers’ gray infrastructure proposal. Response to the US Army Corps of Engineers’ Back Bay Coastal Storm Risk Management Study / Curtis + Rogers Design Studio, courtesy of Miami Downtown Development Authority Visualization of the US Army Corps of Engineers’ gray infrastructure proposal. Response to the US Army Corps … Read more