CO2 Emissions, Flowback Water, fugitive emissions, halliburton loophole, halo effect, hydrofracking fluid, ecosystem, sublime
This thesis contends that the narrative nature of architecture gives it the potential to act as a jeremiad, taking the present day failings of society in the face of climate change and extrapolating out a potential future dystopia to instigate a critical dialogue and challenge the status quo. Here, architecture will act as a medium, as opposed to more typical literary works or photojournalism techniques which are usually associated with communicating social critique.
Cafferky, Patricia, "Collaborating with Catastrophe: The User's Guide to" (2015). Architecture Thesis Prep. 278.
Syracuse School of Architecture 2015
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