The current book project is a series of cross-disciplinary conversations, hosted as public dialogues on how climate modeling and spatial design practices can better communicate with one another. These conversations will bring together knowledge and practice within the built environment and climate science to understand how models are known, created, and act in the climate changed. The conversations, as well as individual contributions, will be published in the edited volume by MIT SAP Press, with MIT Press.

This book is edited in collaboration with Mara Freilich, Ph.D. candidate in the MIT-Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography; Irmak Turan, Ph.D. candidate in Building Technology, in the Department of Architecture at MIT; Jessica Varner, a Ph.D. candidate in the History, Theory, and Criticism of Architecture and Art program at MIT; and Lizzie Yarina a research scientist at the MIT Urban Risk Lab and an incoming PhD student in the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning.

Forthcoming Fall 2020.