LA4001: Sustainable Landscape Design and Planning Practices Studio

4 Credits

Applications of sustainable landscape design and planning practices. Examination of the systemic, formal, and spatial relationships across the integration of these practices and quantitative and qualitative changes in biodiversity, quality of the earth’s air, soil, and water resources, development and consumption of energy resources and climate change. Development of design processes for selection, deployment, and management of sustainable practices to create evocative and meaningful landscape in the context of cultural change. prereq: LA 2302 and LA 3002 or instructor consent.

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