Kotchakorn Voraakhom is a landscape architect who works on building productive green public space that tackles climate change in sinking cities. Kotchakorn never thought her childhood playtime favorites--boat paddling in floodwaters--would later become a catastrophic disaster: a sinking city. On a mission to save her hometown from rising sea levels and climate change, Voraakhom has founded landscape architecture design firm Landprocess and Porous City Network, a social enterprise working to increase urban resilience across Southeast Asia. Voraakhom is a TED Fellow, Echoing Green Climate Fellow and Atlantic Fellow. She received her master from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design.