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  • March, 2018

    14 March 2018

    Conquering the Sea: Expanding Turkey’s Black Sea coast with stones, apartments, and promenades
    Jennifer Baljko, Barcelona

    There’s another one. And another one. And another one. And, yes, there’s one more over there…and over there. I’m noticing the many new apartment buildings dotting—defining—Turkey’s Black Sea coastline. From Hopa to Samsun, and nearly all of the cities and towns in between the 500-kilometer stretch we have done so...

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    11 March 2018

    #watchingthericegrow
    Brian McGrath, New York City

    #watchingthericegrow is a hashtag I created on Instagram on 4 August 2016, tagging a photo I took from a bicycle survey along a winding rural road on the outskirts of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The initial framing marked a memorable composition at the center of a territorial survey that would spiral...

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    8 March 2018

    The Nature of Public Art: Connecting People to People and People to Nature
    Georgina Avlonitis, Cape Town

    Mankind may have left the savannah some million years ago, but the savannah never quite left us. It makes sense that since we co-evolved with nature, our need for it is hardwired into our brains and our genes. For millennia, the nature we’ve had access to has influenced everything from...

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    5 March 2018

    Nature Atlas: Exploring Multi-scalar Methods for Mapping Urban Environments
    Ruchika Lodha, New York Timon McPhearson, New York

    Edward O. Wilson popularized the concept Biophilia more than 30 years ago, in 1984, describing it as “the urge to affiliate with other life forms”. In short, Biophilia is a hypothesis that suggests the innate affinity of humans towards nature. We agree that humans possess the tendency to seek connections...

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    2 March 2018

    How One Mostly Unknown Man Shaped Environmental Policy for a Nation: A Tribute to Robert Semple, Jr.
    Adrian Benepe, New York City

    On 11 January 2018, a party was held to celebrate the retirement after 54 years of a man many people have never heard of, whose words, published in anonymity, have helped shape the United States’ environment and environmental policy for decades. Robert B. Semple, Jr. worked for the New York...

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    February, 2018

    26 February 2018

    The Loneliness of the Protected Area: Biocultural Connectivity, Social Media, and Living in Harmony with Nature
    William Dunbar, Tokyo

    On social media and connectivity Like a lot of people, my new year’s resolution last year was to stop spending so much time on Facebook and other social media. And like probably a lot of people, I completely failed. So this year, I made a different resolution. This year I...

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    23 February 2018

    Rethinking Cities as Vulnerable Ecosystems
    Darin Wahl, Portland Vivek Shandas, Portland

    Cities are dynamic complex adaptive systems. They are a network of systems interacting and exchanging flows of energy, information, and materials, held together by a set of rules, based on millennia of ecological change and more recent governance structures. Dominant narratives and practices describe cities as human systems that are...

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    20 February 2018

    Smart cities are coming. Can they be as much about nature, health, and wellbeing as traffic flows, crime detection, and evermore efficient provision of utilities?
    Helga Fassbinder, Amsterdam-Vienna Gary Grant, London Pratik Mishra, London Seema Mundoli, Bangalore Harini Nagendra, Bangalore Vishal Narain, Gurugram Eric Sanderson, New York Huda Shaka, Dubai Shaleen Singhal, New Delhi

     

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    20 February 2018

    Island Life: Urban Habitats as Theaters for the Evolution of Biodiversity
    Steven Handel, New Brunswick

    Island archipelagos are more than faraway places with strange sounding names. They lie at the heart of our understanding of ecology and evolution. Since Darwin’s stop at the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador, biologists keep turning towards islands for an understanding of biodiversity and the processes that drive adaptation. The famed...

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    17 February 2018

    Three Case Studies in Re-wilding: Models and Methods for Other Cities to Consider
    Kevin Sloan, Dallas-Fort Worth

    Re-wilding is a new area of interest in landscape architecture concerned with making landscapes that are as close to the original ecology of a place as possible. Not limited to only planting installations, re-wilded landscapes can also exist to attract, reconstitute and/or re-introduce wildlife to heighten biodiversity. Given the emergence...

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    14 February 2018

    Searching for Sustainable Lawns in Sweden
    Maria E Ignatieva, Perth

    The manual Lawn Alternatives in Sweden. From Theory to Practice shared the results of the transdisciplinary project “Lawn as ecological and cultural phenomenon: Searching for sustainable lawns in Sweden” (2013-2016, funded by FORMAS) and suggested practical implementation—guidelines for possible alternatives to existing contemporary lawns in Sweden. This essay excerpts some...

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    11 February 2018

    How a Peer-to-Peer Approach is Transforming Urban Systems Cities Around the World: An Example from Cusco
    Sven Eberlein, Oakland

    Cities, like nature, consist of complex organisms that evolve. For most of natural and human history change occurred slowly enough for inhabitants to adapt without impacting the overall health and functionality of the underlying natural systems. However, with the advent of industrial-scale technology turning fossil fuels into climate-heating greenhouse gases,...

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    8 February 2018

    Water Marks: An Atlas of Water for the City of Milwaukee
    Mary Miss, New York City

    As an artist, having the opportunity to develop a project at the scale of a city has been a remarkable experience. WaterMarks has grown out of a three-year engagement with the city of Milwaukee. City government, academic institutions, and many nonprofits have been essential contributors to the development of this...

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    5 February 2018

    Kuwait Transformed: Urban and Social Change from Pre- to Post-Oil Kuwait
    Huda Shaka, Dubai

    A review of Kuwait Transformed: A History of Oil and Urban Life, 1st Edition. by Farah Al-Nakib. 2016. 296 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0804798525 / ISBN-10: 0804798524. Stanford University Press. Buy the book For anyone interested in understanding urban development in the Arabian Gulf (“Gulf Urbanism”), Farah Al-Nakib’s Kuwait Transformed: A History of Oil...

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    5 February 2018

    Earthquakes, Constitutions, Urban Planning and Social Change: Lessons and Controversies from Mexico
    Lorena Zárate, Mexico City

    For better or worse, 2017 was a historic year for both Mexico and Mexico City. This can be summed up in two numbers: 100 and 32. The first number celebrates the one hundredth  anniversary of Mexico’s Constitution, approved on 5 February 1917, and renowned as the first Constitution in the...

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    2 February 2018

    The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Who Want to Do Ecological Restoration
    Steven Handel, New Brunswick

    The Nature of Cities website has advanced the understanding of cities as both harbors for biodiversity and as places where there are many opportunities for natural habitats and ecoservices. Steadily, ecological scientists and practitioners are restoring habitats within the world’s cities. Ecological restoration is not just for the “wild” lands where people...

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    January, 2018

    30 January 2018

    Let’s Apply an Ethno-ecological Approach to Cities and their Nature
    Gloria Aponte, Medellín

    (Una versión en español, aqui.) Activities related to urban development usually reflect the prevailing global cultural characteristics of a society. At the same time, other aspects of the local culture remain silently persistent, tied to more intimate and traditional values than those the present trend of globalization motivates or allows....

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    29 January 2018

    What is one thing every ecologist should know about urban ecology?
    Pippin Anderson, Cape Town Erik Andersson, Stockholm Marc Barra, Paris Nathalie Blanc, Paris Marcus Collier, Dublin Paul Downton, Melbourne Ana Faggi, Buenos Aires Niki Frantzeskaki, Rotterdam Dagmar Haase, Berlin Steven Handel, New Brunswick Nadja Kabisch, Berlin Timon McPhearson, New York Harini Nagendra, Bangalore Steward Pickett, Poughkeepsie Philip Silva, New York Mike Wells, Bath Weiqi Zhou, Beijing

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    27 January 2018

    Architecture and the Liberal Arts: Whole-School Approach to Education and Serving Communities
    Traci Sooter, Springfield

    Inspiring students to contribute in an impactful manner to their community and society while developing the professional skills needed for their major (architecture) has been my passion for the past nineteen years. The goal all those years ago was to create and execute unique educational challenges, expand the field of...

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    24 January 2018

    Regional Parks Connect People to Nature Close to Home
    Lynn Wilson, Vancouver

    Connecting to nature where you live Regional parks and park systems are a perfect response to the modern conundrum of creating dense urban fabrics where people can become increasingly isolated from nature. The scale of a regional park system means that it can encompass all or a large part of...

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