Evolving Environment. Transforming Landscape

 

Course Content

In the course “Evolving Environment – Transforming Landscapes” many aspects of changing the natural environment will be addressed, with special attention to water management and ecological thinking. In the course participants will understand the fundamentals of theoretical concepts to analyze and design the landscape, understood as a changing environment. Key concepts that will be present in this course: environmental planning, land mosaics, green and blue infrastructure, nature based solutions, water management. This module has theoretical characteristics, with practical approach.

Learning Objectives

The module aims to give students an overview of impacts in the natural environment and tools to plan and think about city regions. This knowledge shall develop their awareness of the concept of sustainability, resilience and risk mitigation strategies in the development of cities and regions.

 

Moduel responsible 

Univ. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Lohrberg, Institute of Landscape Architecture

Teaching Staff

Dr. Verônica Garcia Donoso, PhD Candidate Amrita Slatch

Dates

Thursday, 14:00 - 16:00, SG301