Founder & Principal Bionic Landscape San Francisco, California
Increasingly, the challenges facing tomorrow’s resiliency projects aren’t design solutions, but instead the public and private will to prioritize investment. Our panel—comprising an urbanist, a landscape architect, and an economist—will share innovative communication and implementation tools, strategies, and solutions aimed at bringing tomorrow’s resilient landscapes into reality.
Witness how the field of landscape architecture is expanding its agency to embrace new forms of community engagement, outreach, public policy, and funding advocacy.
Explore ways of rethinking traditional project advocacy to better align resilience projects with state, regional, and city funding sources.
Understand how tomorrow’s landscape architects are leveraging both public and private projects to implement innovative resilient landscapes.
Learn the language of developers, politicians, and economists to demonstrate our understanding of other perspectives while effectively asserting our contribution on issues including climate change and resilience.