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    Mickey Fearn

    Mickey Fearn has been a parks, recreation, and conservation professional for over 45 years. He is currently a Professor of Practice in the North Carolina State University’s School of Natural Resources.

    From 2009 to 2013 he served as the National Park Service’s Deputy Director for Communications and Community Assistance from 2008 until 20013. His responsibilities included Communications, Public Affairs, Strategic Planning, Youth Programs, International Affairs, Partnerships, Legislative and Congressional Affairs, Policy, State and Local Assistance Programs, and outreach and communications to groups currently underrepresented in park, recreations and conservation.

    Before joining the National Park Service, Mickey worked in Seattle where he held positions as the Director of the City of Seattle’s Innovation Project, Executive Director of the Neighborhood Leadership Program, Manager of Seattle’s Race and Social Justice Initiative, and Director of Communication and Citizen Engagement in the Department of Parks and recreation. In addition, Mickey led the creation of the architecture to end youth violence in the City of Seattle, and developed programs Connecting young people with nature.

    Mickey served as a Washington State Parks and Recreation Commissioner for 12 years. Prior to his work in Seattle, Mickey worked for the Governor of California, the California Department of Parks and Recreation, and the Mayor of Oakland California.

    Mickey’s organizational interests include inclusion, collaboration, and innovation and creativity. Mickey earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Recreation and Park Administration from California State University and his Master of Science Degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies from the University of Oregon.

    August, 2017

    16 August 2017

    Turning Rio Upside Down! The Baixo Rio Neighborhood Project
    Cecilia Herzog, Rio de Janeiro

    Leia uma versão em português aqui. About fifteen years ago I fell in love with watersheds. Then, my passion extended to the forests and ecosystems that sustain them. Then, I discovered the urban waters and biodiversity, and consequently urban ecology, when I started researching on urban blue-green infrastructure and how...

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    16 August 2017

    Imagine an “ecological certification” for urban design. What are such a certification’s key elements?
    Ankia Bormans, Cape Town Katie Coyne, Austin Sarah Dooling, Austin/Boston Nigel Dunnett, Sheffield Ana Faggi, Buenos Aires Sarah Hinners, Salt Lake City Mark Hostetler, Gainesville Jason King, Seattle Marit Larson, New York City Nina-Marie Lister, Toronto Travis Longcore, Los Angeles Colin Meurk, Christchurch Diane Pataki, Salt Lake City Mohan Rao, Bangalore Aditya Sood, Delhi

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    13 August 2017

    For the Sake of the Common Good? “Gentrifying Conservationism” and “Green Evictions”
    Marcelo Lopes de Souza, Rio de Janeiro

    The “common good”—what an ambitious expression! As far as environmental protection is concerned, governments want us to believe that it is always performed precisely for the sake of the “common good”, or “public interest”. However, things are not that simple. From a socially critical viewpoint, environmental protection remains a dangerously...

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    9 August 2017

    Black Cockatoo Rising: The Struggle to Save the Bushland in the City
    Tim Beatley, Charlottesville

    Protecting remnant swathes of nature is not easy, and may often require concerted, vigorous community efforts. There are many threats: the most common of which seem to be highways and development, which are often backed by considerable financial resources and lots of momentum. So one takes notice when something unusual...

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    7 August 2017

    Patrick Geddes’ 19th Century “Pocket Park” Inspires Art Installation
    Allison Palenske, Edinburgh

    A review of “Palm House”, a commissioned project on view at the Edinburgh Art Festival until 27 August 2017. The year is 1880; the place is Edinburgh, Scotland. Edinburgh’s Old Town is internationally known for its squalid conditions; its tenement slums plagued by poor sanitation and overcrowded housing. The medieval...

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    6 August 2017

    Shutting Down Poletti—An Urban Environmental Victory
    Rebecca Bratspies, New York City

    In 2013, the New York Power Authority razed the Charles Poletti Power Plant in Astoria, NY. In doing so, Power Authority removed what local elected official Michael Gianaris had characterized as a “symbol[] of pollution that haunted [the] neighborhood”. The characterization was an apt one. The Poletti Plant had for...

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    2 August 2017

    Wall Watching in Iran
    Jennifer Baljko, Barcelona

    We walked approximately 1,500 kilometers in Iran, and something was noticeably missing: Graffiti. Scribbled names or tags, spray painted symbols, and thought-provoking political commentary were absent in cities, towns and villages from Sarakhs on the Turkmenistan border to Astara on the Azerbaijan border to the sprawling capital of Tehran to...

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    30 July 2017

    Urban-Rural Inequalities in Carbon Emissions
    Jose Puppim, Johor Bahru / Cambridge / Rio Mahendra Sethi, New Delhi

    Cities have been recognized as key drivers toward the successful governance of resources and as the front line in combating climate change. But there is a huge urban-rural inequality in carbon emissions in the making, particularly in rapidly urbanizing developing countries. Thus, the political and economic divide between the Global North and...

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    26 July 2017

    Swiss Green Roof Standards: Experiences and Exchanges from Three Years of Practice
    Nathalie Baumann, Basel

    Some weeks ago my colleagues (from the University of Applied Sciences in Geneva and the City of Lausanne, Nature and City Department) and I organized a half-day event: an exchange of experiences on the Swiss green roof standards practice with the Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects (SIA) in Lausanne....

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    24 July 2017

    Sparrow, Our Constant Friend
    Ian MacGregor-Fors, Xalapa

    A review of: Sparrow by Kim Todd. 2012. 192 pages. ISBN 978-1-86189-875-3. Reaktion Books, London. Buy the book. Sparrows are everywhere! They are varied in types and forms, offering a unique repertoire of opportunities to get to know and assess them, from their scientific study to the most diverse artistic interpretations. In...

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    23 July 2017

    Look More Closely, Think More Deeply: Experiences from the 2017 US Forest Service International Urban Forestry Seminar
    Adrina Bardekjian, Vancouver

    One adage I want to share after finishing the US Forest Service Inaugural International Urban Forestry Seminar is: look more closely, think more deeply. This was something that one of the presenters said to us on our first day in Chicago and it stuck with me throughout our journey. Over the...

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    19 July 2017

    Plants Do Not Care How Rich You Are: Anthropogenic Florstic Changes in Tehran’s Public and Private Green Areas
    Maryam Akbarian, Tehran

    The city landscape, because of the holistic nature of city-forming factors and urban community, is like a book in which the various characteristics of the city and its citizens are visible: values and norms, economic conditions, tastes and aesthetic criteria, commitment to the living environment, and so on. Throughout history, the...

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    16 July 2017

    “Immigrants Don’t Like Trees” and Other Myths of Urban Nature Management in Multicultural Cities
    Camilo Ordóñez, Toronto

    In many cities, urban nature is managed in a multicultural landscape. The ethnic and cultural diversity seen in many western cities today, mostly driven by recent immigration, is unprecedented. For example, Toronto boasts a foreign-born population of about 50%. In Australia, 25% of the population is foreign-born. In many European...

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    10 July 2017

    Designing Urban Nature: The Domain of Ecologically Informed Planners or Landscape Architects?
    Will Allen, Chapel Hill

    A review of: Nature and Cities: The Ecological Imperative in Urban Design and Planning by Frederick R. Steiner, George F. Thompson, Armando Carbonell (eds.). 2016. ISBN 9781558443471. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 465 pages. Buy the book. As I opened this handsomely large book, I was pleased to see...

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    9 July 2017

    Crossing the Design-Science Divide
    Jason King, Seattle

    Designers and scientists are different. We think, communicate, and interact with the world in vastly different ways. For instance, designers often develop evocative renderings of our creations, varying in style, but of a similar nature to the image below: a collage perspective showing a scene explaining a design concept. For...

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    5 July 2017

    Building a Local and Integrated Renewable Energy Future: Brownfields to BrightGreenFields
    Zoé Hamstead, Buffalo Ryan McPherson, Buffalo

    Post-industrial cities in the United States and elsewhere are implementing brownfields to brightfields programs that help develop local economies, generate clean energy and manage pollution. Brownfields are former industrial sites or landfills with contaminated soil. These sites pose both environmental and social challenges, as contamination must be remediated prior to...

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    2 July 2017

    The Smart (Cyborg) City Needs Smarter Ecological Resilience Thinking
    Stephan Barthel, Stockholm Johan Colding, Stockholm

    Recently, Colding and Barthel (2017) critiqued how the Smart City-model is taken more or less as a given good for creating sustainable cities. This view is deeply rooted in seductive visions of the future, where the digital revolution stands as the primary force for change (for a critical perspective, see...

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    June, 2017

    30 June 2017

    Are cities ecosystems—analogous to natural ones—of nature, infrastructure and people? Does thinking about cities in this way help us think about urban design?
    Marina Alberti, Seattle Erik Andersson, Stockholm Sarah Dooling, Austin/Boston Paul Downton, Melbourne Thomas Elmqvist, Stockholm Nancy Grimm, Phoenix Dagmar Haase, Berlin Dominique Hes, Melbourne Kristina Hill, Berkeley Madhusudan Katti, Raleigh Francois Mancebo, Paris Clifford Ochs, Oxford Steward Pickett, Poughkeepsie Stephanie Pincetl, Los Angeles Rob Pirani, New York Richard Register, Berkeley Eric Sanderson, New York Alexis Schaffler, Berkeley/Johannesburg/Cape Town Vivek Shandas, Portland David Simon, Gothenburg Jane Toner, Melbourne Yolanda van Heezik, Dunedin Ken Yeang, Kuala Lumpur David Maddox, New York City

     

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    28 June 2017

    The Effect of Iteration on Urban Form, Part II: Iteration in an Ecosystem
    Mathieu Hélie, Montréal

    In the Lille citadel example that we saw in the previous part, we could observe a building technology achieving greater complexity over time, as each iteration survived or failed a new series of tests. Another aspect of the complexity of a geometric process seen in the Lille citadel example is...

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    26 June 2017

    Drought and Flood: A Silicon Valley Museum Explores Water, Society, and City
    Patrick Lydon, San Jose & Seoul

    A review of “Liquid City,” The Darkened Mirror,” and “Fragile Waters,” a trio of water-related exhibitions at the San Jose Museum of Art, currently on view together through August 6, 2017. As the representative contemporary art institution of Silicon Valley, the San Jose Museum of Art might be expected to...

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