Transform Design for Resilience & Sustainability: Planning, Design & Behavior I

Start Date
04/04/2020
End Date
04/07/2020
Description
1. Making the Case for Synergistic Performance Measurement across Landscape Architecture, Planning, and Urban Design. 2. Does School of Design Care about the Environment? 3. Thermal Comparisons of Microclimates of Photovoltaic Arrays and Green Infrastructure in Schools and Parks. 4. Productive Green Community SPACE: A Challenge for the Contemporary Israeli City 5. From Particular to General: Revealing Social and Environmental Prospects for Undervalued Space through Mapping
Location
Tempe, AR
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
Yes
Subjects
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.25
Learning Outcomes
1. Discern trends, limitations and opportunities in measuring performance across landscape architecture, planning, and urban design. 2. Describe waste management strategies at both university (Syracuse University) and county levels (County of Onondaga); 3. Explain the health risks of extreme heat on vulnerable populations. 4. became familiar with the unique modes of urban agriculture and community gardens in Israel. 5. describe value of alleys as public open space
Instructors
1. Kirk Dimond 2. Charles Ware 3. Seyeon Lee 4. Tal Alon-Mozes 5. Miza Moreau
Course Codes
EDRA51-A1
Provider
Environmental Design Research Association


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