How to tackle climate fragilities by DMDU. Making possible with regenerative design
- Decision-Making Under Deep Uncertainty,
- Regenerative design,
- Climate change,
- Dynamic Adaptive Policy Pathways
How to Cite
The complex interaction between city and climate crisis is converting design-based disciplines from deterministic to flexible approaches. In this regard, Decision-Making Under Deep Uncertainty (DMDU) methods and operational strategies can be valuable support mechanisms to cope with the emerging climate fragilities of urban systems. In light of recent advances in the field of adaptive approaches, this paper discusses key concepts, current limitations and the potential to introduce the DMDU in the method and practices of regenerative design. Our critical discussion aims to restore the designer’s role within the DMDU and to reduce current and future climate fragilities in European cities.