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ACSP Distinguished Educator, 1993: Ann L. Strong

What We're WritingOctober 26, 2017Journal of Planning and Education ResearchJournal of Planning and Education Research

Building Resilient Coastlines

What We're SayingOctober 17, 2017Ellen Neises and Billy FlemingBuilding Resilient Coastlines

Why Puerto Rico Faces Worse Perils Than Texas and Florida

What We're SayingSeptember 27, 2017Billy Fleming, Carolyn Kousky, Hector Cordero-GuzmanKnowledge@Wharton

Fleming: Houston deserves a truly democratic recovery from Harvey

What We're WritingSeptember 14, 2017Billy FlemingHouston Chronicle

People - not elites - must lead the way in building a more resilient city

Why Hurricane Harvey Was a Predictable Disaster

What We're SayingSeptember 14, 2017Knowledge@WhartonKnowledge@Wharton

Hurricane Harvey and the Storms to Come

What We're ReadingSeptember 1, 2017Elizabeth KolbertThe New Yorker

In the leadup to the historic flood, Texas Republicans abetted Trump’s climate-change delusions.

What We're WritingAugust 31, 2017The GuardianThe Guardian

There’s never been a more important time to understand the political machinations that led to Harvey’s destructiveness – and dismantle them

Richard Weller's Audit for End Times

What We're SayingJuly 13, 2017Zach MorticeLandscape Architecture Magazine

An Atlas for the End of the World

What We're SayingJune 29, 2017Richard Weller, Claire Hoch, Chieh HuangScientific American

A newly published reference chronicles the archipelago of protected areas into which the world’s genetic biodiversity is now huddled

An ‘Atlas for the End of the World’

What We're SayingJune 26, 2017National GeographicNational Geographic

Dozens of colorful new maps and graphics show where urbanization is most likely to conflict with biodiversity.