The pre-event symposium of Panel 1: Design for Climate Adaptation will focus on how architecture can approach climate adaptation, using indigenous knowledge, nature-based solutions, and behavioural change and action. The symposium examines the three themes across a three-day event. You can join the event online. The symposium is organised by Panel Chairs Billie Faircloth and Maibritt Pedersen Zari.
Pre-event symposium for Panel 1: Design for Climate Adaptation June 7 – 9, 2022
We are pleased to announce the pre-event symposium of Panel 1: Design for Climate Adaptation, organised by Panel Chairs Billie Faircloth and Maibritt Pedersen Zari. The symposium examines approaches to climate adaptation in architecture, focusing on three themes across three days:
June 7: Adaptation Through Indigenous Knowledge and Adaptation Through Frameworks
June 8: Adaptation Through Nature Based Solutions
June 9: Adaptation Through Behaviour Change and Action
Invited speakers: Albert Refiti, Amanda Yates, Daniel Glen, Michael McMahon, Ken Yeang, Kongjian Yu, Barbara Norman, Klaus Klaas Loenhart, Gail Brager, Fabricio Chicca
Visit the event page below, and see how you can join the Symposium online
Pre-Event 3: Design for Climate Adaptation Symposium
This is the third pre-event in the UIA2023CPH Science Track-series of six pre-events diving deeper into the complexities of each of the six Science Panels leading up to the UIA2023CPH World Congress event in Copenhagen July 2 – 6, 2023.
The International Union of Architects welcomes paper submissions on these topics to present at the World Congress in Copenhagen on July 2-6, 2023. Please see more information on paper submissions here, and read more about the Design for Climate Adaptation track here.