Tate Williams, Inside Philantropy, Dec. 6, 2017

A design competition can be an appealing way to stoke new ideas and engage more people in a community problem. It also has a way of casting an optimistic light on something that might otherwise be dreary.

You can see why the approach has been popping up when it comes to the idea of city resilience, an entire discipline that’s sort of based on flipping potential disaster into a bright future. In South Florida, where city streets regularly flood during high tides, teams will soon have an opportunity to put their design chops to work on the slow-motion catastrophe of sea-level rise.

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