The Landscape Architecture Foundation is hosting free monthly webinars with designers who participated in the Green New Deal Superstudio discussing their projects and approaches.
Join a live webinar or watch the recordings below to get a glimpse of the wide variety of work done to explore what the principles and policy ideas mean from a designer's perspective.
Wildfires and Landscape Strategies for Jobs, Justice, and DecarbonizationLAF’s Superstudio Spotlight webinar series showcases the projects and approaches of designers who participated in the Green New Deal Superstudio, a national initiative to translate the goals of decarbonization, justice, and jobs into design and planning projects for their respective regions.
Envisioning a Green New Deal through 5 Studios at WashUFaculty from Washington University in St. Louis discuss the 5 studios they led to visualize a Green New Deal from the scale of the Mississippi Watershed down to the city block. Learn how they approached visioning the Green New Deal across their department and design disciplines.
Equitable Workforce Development through Green InfrastructureMithun and their community partners discuss their Superstudio work exploring how workforce development opportunities can and should be integrated into all stages of a green infrastructure project to generate more equitable economic opportunities for communities.
OLIN Labs Year of the Green New DealOLIN responded to the Green New Deal Superstudio open call with a multi-pronged effort that included four practice-based design studios and making 2021 the Year of the Green New Deal at OLIN Labs, the firm's research and knowledge-sharing arm. Hear from the OLIN Superstudio leaders about their work and how it will continue through longer-term research and advocacy initiatives.
Engaging Boston Teens in the Re-Envisioning of Franklin ParkCatalyzed by the Green New Deal Superstudio open call, a team of diverse partners came together to create the Youth Landscape Architecture Studio (YLAS) pilot, a 12-week after-school program for Boston high school students. Learn more about the pilot and how it can be used as a model to engage youth in other communities.