How can landscape architects broaden their knowledge and prepare to lead climate change migration projects? Learn how diverse practitioners work collaboratively to challenge and deepen the integrity of climate-induced relocation as they reflect on their work with residents in resettling the Isle de Jean Charles community in southern Louisiana.
Learn how landscape architects are uniquely suited to lead, coordinate, and support comprehensive climate migration projects as a part of a holistic team.
Outline disciplines that design professionals can tap to fill gaps in our areas of expertise to render more meaningful and transformative design solutions that reduce environmental, social, and economic vulnerabilities.
Explore interdisciplinary partnerships that challenge and deepen the integrity of community engagement in the design processes.
Understand both the physical and social complexities of planning with a community for migration.
LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture