Why Urban Sprawl is a Climate Resilience Issue

Why Urban Sprawl is a Climate Resilience Issue

Why Urban Sprawl is a Climate Resilience Issue

02/17/20

“Why is urban sprawl a climate resilience issue?”

 

Urban Sprawl has been known for a long time to be a climate mitigation issue. However, having a sprawling urban form also makes it more vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Being reliant on automobile transportation makes evacuation much more difficult and deadly in the case of a climate emergency such as a wildfire or a hurricane. Sprawling development encourages living spaces to be built on environmentally unsafe spaced such as flood zones and the wildland-urban interface. This shows Why Urban Sprawl is a Climate Resilience Issue.

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