Earth Day Digest: NYC’s new climate plan, designing for fire resiliency in Washington, and more

Today is Earth Day. AN regularly covers stories about climate change, resiliency, and the environment, as they relate to architecture, landscape, and urbanism.

Earth Day affords us an opportunity to reflect on our impact on the world around us. It also provides a chance to rededicate ourselves in service of a greener future, in which the reuse of materials is not an afterthought but an instinct, where we don’t rebuild after the storm but in anticipation of it, and where renewable energy isn’t an alternative, but the only option.

Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970 in a moment where ecological and political consciousness were intertwined. Senator

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