Green Infrastructure For Water in the City

Green Infrastructure For Water in the City

Ecology in Design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design


GREEN INFRASTRUCTURES
for water in the city

Saturday, February 19th
Portico Rooms, Gund Hall
48 Quincy Street, Cambridge MA

This symposium is free and open to the public and is sponsored by The Harvard Center for Environment, Ecology in Design, The Department of Urban Planning and Design, Outside and The Department of Landscape Architecture.

Speakers include:

Hillary Brown, New York New Civic Works
Alex Felson, PhD Candidate in Ecology
Kristina Hill, University of Washington
Melissa Keeley, Technical University of Berlin
Steward Pickett, Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Chris Reed, StoSS, Cambridge
Matthew Urbanski, MVVA, New York
Charles Waldheim, University of Toronto

The symposium has been organized entirely by the diverse students in the Ecology in Design student group at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. We hope to encourage a lively and educational atmosphere of debate and review. Please join us for what promises to be an exciting day.

For detailed schedule information, see our website at www.gsd.harvard.edu/ecology.
Questions? Contact Natalie DeNormandie at [email protected]

Related Link: Ecology in Design student website

For more information contact:

Natalie DeNormandie
Ecology in Design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design
48 Quincy St
Cambridge
MA 02138
USA

Phone: 617.335.8731
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/ecology

Posted February 2, 2005



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