The discussion of equity, urbanism, and climate is a critical dialogue between those that plan and build our cities and those that inhabit them. In this context, climate is defined as ecological, urban, cultural, economic and social characteristics of space. Inherent inequalities in society materialize in space and are systemically reinforced through our constructed realm, but do we see them? Within this tract, the series of presentations and discussions reveal otherwise latent or concealed conditions of inequity.  

Tract 1

Equity + Advocacy

A Spatial Analysis of Urban Vernaculars + Conventions of Control