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Issue 1.2

Simulation and Design of Hybrid Human-Natural-Technological Systems

Interactions among complex and rapidly evolving human, natural, and technological systems in urbanizing regions pose unprecedented challenges for planners and designers who aim to create resilient built environments—ones that can cope with environmental change in the long term. Some of our failures in designing and managing such complexity in cities can be traced to our biases or myths regarding nature and change.1 The ways we view nature ultimately affect the ways we study and understand natural ecosystems and design built environments…

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