Yue Pan, Chit Cheong, Eli Blevis
The most recent Sustainably Ours forum addressed the implications of climate change and fostering the sustainable use of resources, especially in the context of digital interactivity and its agency in the world . The article suggested a number of possible approaches. In this issue, we address one of the approaches that we call the Climate Change Habitability Index (CCHI) as a design exercise and catalyst to a program of ongoing research. The idea of the CCHI is to allow ordinary individuals in generalrather than climate scientists in particularto understand the state of the world in terms of habitability at…
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