Place-Based Racial History to Inform Just Design

Bethany Gordon
Enhanced designs of the built environment are particularly urgent for frontline communities, who experience the “first and worst” of climate change. A climate adaptation approach that prioritizes need-based distributive justice, the allocation of resources to meet the basic conditions necessary for continued community existence, may empower frontline communities in the resource allocation process. Need-based distributive justice is often viewed as a supplement to other universal principles of distributive justice, such as merit — the allocation...
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