Green New Deal Landscapes: Session 1

Alfredo Ramírez | Alison Creba | Clara Olóriz Sanjuán | Jane Hutton

Green New Deal Landscapes is a series hosted by Jose Alfredo Ramírez and Clara Olóriz Sanjuán, both co-directors of AA Groundlab. Each session discusses the relationship between policy making and our environment and explores how we can tackle climate change through landscape design. Alfredo and Clara are joined by Jane Hutton and Alison Creba to discuss building and construction practices aligned with the Green New Deal movement to tackle the environmental breakdown.


The conversation is a follow-up on their article Taking Apart Buildings and Systems published in AD: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/ad.2775

Learn more about Alison Creba’s work:
https://localtechnique.ca/

Learn more about Jane Hutton's work:
https://www.routledge.com/Reciprocal-Landscapes-Stories-of-Material-Movements/Hutton/p/book/9781138830684
https://actar.com/product/wood-urbanism/

This space has been sponsored by Actar Publishers and urbanNext.net.