This panel session will demonstrate the role of landscape architecture in adaptively and equitably building resilience to flooding hazards to increase health, safety, and welfare for all. Panelists will discuss innovative strategies and techniques that address known and anticipated future issues across a range of social, environmental, and economic factors.
Learn design approaches to climate adaptation and hazard mitigation, most specifically flooding.
Understand the needs, issues, and opportunities associated with communities affected by recurrent flooding.
Gain insight into best practices that reduce loss of life and property due to flooding.
Examine policy and economic pathways to implement contextually appropriate design strategies.