Resilient Design Resource Kits

The following resources have been put together and shared with the aim of assisting environmental design professionals, interdisciplinary practitioners, institutional collaborators, and environmental science teams (working both within and outside of the Wright-Ingraham Institute), to better formulate critical research frameworks and questions, advance the field of resilient design, and to more effectively respond to pressing climate-change-related stressors.

Resilient design asks how as designers, researchers, practitioners, communities, and stakeholders, we can proactively respond to significant events such as natural disasters, accelerating climate emergencies, and infrastructure failures that threaten our daily lives, and human and environmental security in general.