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Thursday, March 07, 2024

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Living through a growing climate crisis, we've started to experience freak storms like none we had ever seen before.

Systems seemingly materialized out of nowhere, with typically advanced warning systems failing us.

Sometimes not knowing it’s coming until it is right on top of us - greeted by 500 strikes of lightning per minute, thunder, and rain viciously loud and the sky resembling a firework display with no pauses.

The impacts of these events are devastating, often destroying buildings and homes.

Unpredictable events like this are quickly becoming the norm, where even small events mean big losses.

In this episode I point out how we are living through some of the repercussions of climate change, and it is simply no longer enough for architecture to be beautifully passive.

In the face of these looming new realities, we need to create architecture that genuinely performs, and that includes simply fortifying and reinforcing existing buildings, structures and homes for our changing climate reality.

They have to be robust enough to survive the harsh temperaments, including wind-driven missiles when the wind is blowing at incredible force against a building, home or structure.

The process of integrating a simple strategy is not just about the compound effect of these easy solutions, but more about its holistic performance in concert with the environment.

It also involves the right, flexible green coatings to withstand the Earth moving and shaking beneath the buildings they are protecting, moving with those structures, ensuring safe environmental solutions.

Testing and design are crucial for making structures more resilient as we prepare for harsher weather.

Ultimately, this allows people to better shelter in place with a sense of confidence, knowing that their buildings and homes are fortified against the unpredictable forces of climate change.

In this era of increasing climate uncertainty, the use of eco-friendly products and the right powerful, long-term green coatings play a pivotal role in designing climate-resilient buildings.

These materials not only contribute to the sustainability of our environment but also enhance the durability and longevity of structures against extreme weather events.

By integrating the right green coatings encasement into architectural design, we can ease the risks posed by climate change and create spaces that prioritize both functionality and environmental responsibility.

From reinforced foundations to strong, long-term, weather-resistant, green coatings, every aspect of building design must be carefully considered to ensure resilience in the face of climate challenges.

By prioritizing eco-friendly solutions and innovative technologies, we can pave the way for a more sustainable future, where our built environment can withstand the unpredictable forces of nature with confidence and strength.

To Sum It Up:

As we face the realities of a burgeoning climate crisis, it's essential to design buildings that can withstand the unpredictable forces of nature.

From freak storms to hurricanes, we're experiencing unprecedented weather events that demand a new approach to architecture.

By integrating eco-friendly products and green coatings, we can create climate-resilient buildings that prioritize both functionality and environmental responsibility.

Let's simply fortify our structures and prepare for the challenges ahead!

“Climate change is the Everest of all problems, the thorniest challenge facing humankind.” - Lewis Gordon Pugh - British-South African Endurance Swimmer & Ocean Advocate.

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