Climate change, land use policy, urban design concept
In this Article, I recount some of the history of unwise and improvident land use policy and practices that have led to gross inequities and to the climate-exposed state, not only in terms of where people were assigned spaces to live, but how. I go on to suggest that communities should be designed with intent, with regard for the threats of climate change as well as accessibility to those historically excluded.
Shelby D. Green,
Equitable, Affordable and Climate-Cognizant Housing Construction,
75 Ark. L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/alr/vol75/iss2/7