The Ecology plus Design (E+D) program at Penn State is a collaborative of designers and ecologists who undertake research activated design intervention that improves the ecological health of the designed world. Earlier this month, Keith Bowers was featured, along with Design Workshop’s Emily McCoy, on the E+D podcast in a discussion about the state of ecology and design in landscape architecture, as well as the overarching issues of biodiversity and climate change. Want to know what Keith and Emily think practitioners can do to address the issues of biodiversity and climate change? Listen to the podcast to find out more.
Further ReadingE+D Podcast with Keith Bowers: The state of ecology and design in landscape architecture
Living Infrastructure: Green is great, but alive is even better
Water, Equity, and Ecology in Urban Planning
Composting Toilets: When Nature Calls
Sand Seepage Wetlands: Green Infrastructure Multi-Tool
E+D Podcast with Keith Bowers: The state of ecology and design in landscape architecture