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Over time landscape architects have engaged in justice movements at many scales. With continued threats to environmental and social issues, we face increased responsibility. How can we mobilize our practices and communities to address equity? Our panel will discuss the interplay of the profession, technology, and advocacy in these movements.
Health, Safety and Welfare
Learn how landscape architects can adapt to contemporary social and environmental realities with increased sensitivity and success.
Learn how the global discourse on equity—social, racial, environmental, and economic—is driving advocacy patterns.
Discuss more inclusive and objective sources of information for justice issues.
Assess how unique perspectives can lead to successful, innovative, and fulfilling practice endeavors.
Diana Fernandez; Jonathon Geels; Hana Ishikawa; Magdalena Aravena
American Society of Landscape Architects