Green New Deal Landscapes: session 5
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Green New Deal Landscapes: session 5

Posted on November 28, 2022 by xavigonzalez

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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 is joined by Alex Breedon, Liam Mouritz and Kaylie Salvatori to talk about how a decolonial cultural shift in land management can contribute to the mitigation of the climate crisis and the need to learn from design practices and knowledges from indigenous cultures in the Australian context.

https://open.spotify.com/episode/7l7kd0ewhqQ21rDHPShKYP?si=4mjKr0x3TlOUflGI-x2Jkw

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The conversation is a follow-up on the article Country-Led Approaches in Land Management and Design published in AD: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/ad.2778




Learn more about Alex Breedon’s work:

https://www.aspect-studios.com/people/alex-breedon


Learn more about Liam Mouritz’s work:

https://aaschool.academia.edu/LiamMouritz

https://www.hassellstudio.com/conversation/open-source-city


Learn more about Kaylie Salvatori’s work:

https://www.colastudio.com.au/cola-studiobr>

https://landscapeaustralia.com/articles/an-issue-on-time/

https://issuu.com/aalandscapeurbanism/docs/littoral_negotiations


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

Green New Deal Landscapes: session 5

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 is joined by Alex Breedon, Liam Mouritz and Kaylie Salvatori to talk about how a decolonial cultural shift in land management can contribute to the mitigation of the climate crisis and the need to learn from design practices and knowledges from indigenous cultures in the Australian context.

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