With weekly news reports of climate disasters, cities nationwide are absorbing the latest climate science to figure out their next steps. Here, I note how nature-based approaches could work for Newark.

The science finds that the combination of traditional walkable neighborhood design (pre-1960) for proximity to everyday needs – what I’ll call “naturalized mobility” – and today’s naturalized green infrastructure policies together could form a “Walkable, Greenable, Cool Newark.”

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