Landscape Architecture in the News Highlights (September 16-31, 2022) – THE DIRT

Climate justice now / Fibonacci Blue, CC BY 2.0.

‘A Must-Have Step’: EPA Creates New Environmental Justice Office – 09/28/2022, Grist
“The initiative will give hard-hit communities $3 billion to fight pollution.”

Reinventing landscape architecture: designing without plants – 09/30/2022, Architist
“With time, haptic connection, and human relationships at its core, landscape architecture is a design process that encompasses so much more than flora.”

Paved with good intentions: we still can’t kick the car habit – 09/28/2022, Metropolis magazine
“Despite impressive environmental achievements, recent climate legislation substitutes electric vehicles for a more holistic and climate-friendly approach to urban planning and design.”

W Architecture & Landscape Architecture transforms a former parking lot into a waterfront family park – 09/27/2022, World Design News
“The Pier Approach is a 20-acre space that encourages a diverse range of active and passive experiences and culminates with artist Jane Echelon’s “Bending Arc” floating above the central lawn.”

Torey Carter-Conneen’s Op-Ed: A Unique Moment for Landscape Architects – 09/21/2022, Archinect
“Advocacy and education efforts for landscape architecture at the national, regional and local levels are essential. As a profession, landscape architecture remains misunderstood by policy makers and municipalities around the world.

Our new flames – 09/19/2022, The architect’s journal
“New Projects Show How California Designers Are Responding to Increasing Fire Hazards.”


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