On April 9, 2022, the Landscape Architecture Foundation and partners held a Grounding the Green New Deal Summit at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. Through 2 keynote presentations and 3 panel discussions, the presenters and panelists explored the intersection of design policy, and advocacy.
This video is from the second part of the summit and includes:
- Grounding the Green New Deal: From Iteration to Implementation – keynote presentation by Kate Orff
- Implementation panel discussion with Alexa Bush, Kevin Bush, Mia Lehrer, Mitchell Silver, and Jess Zimbabwe
Learn more and see the full event recordings at:
Grounding the Green New Deal: A Summit on Design, Policy, and Advocacy
There is an essential role for the built environment disciplines to play in addressing the climate crisis and translating the goals of decarbonization, jobs, and justice into on-the-ground practices and built works. Through panel discussions with leading changemakers, this summit examined the intersection of policy, design, and advocacy to identify ways to accelerate individual and collective actions to effect change.