Be’er Sheva Quarry Park Site Visit: Part 2

Apr 19, 2018

For part 2 of our Be’er Sheva Quarry Park Site Visit series, we are sharing John and Jin’s ground research experience conducted on their recent trip to Israel. Their goal was to gain a better sense of the larger bioregional, geologic, and cultural context of the project site.

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Public Sediment’s Mid-Review Recap

Apr 17, 2018

In March, the Public Sediment team got the chance to deepen their understanding of mud, gravel beaches, and the needs of fish. The team was in the Bay Area to present their mid-review, but managed to spend significant time out in the field along the banks of the Alameda and edges of the Bay.

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SCAPE Wins Three ASLA-NY Awards

Apr 11, 2018

SCAPE is honored to receive 3 ASLA New York Awards this year, for the Hall of Science Discovery Terrace, Gowanus Lowlands and the New York-Presbyterian & Columbia University Medical Campus Joint Master Plan.

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Be’er Sheva Quarry Park Site Visit: Part 1

Apr 6, 2018

In mid-March, John and Jin traveled to Be’er Sheva Israel to meet with the Be’er Sheva Quarry Park design and client teams. We will be featuring a series of news posts about their trip. To kick-off the series, we are sharing some photos and notes from their visit to the project site to ground proof the design proposal and seek further inspiration.

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Pippa and Gena at McGill, University of Toronto, and MIT

Apr 3, 2018

On April 4th, Pippa will be speaking at the 2018 5th Annual Trottier Symposium on Sustainable Engineering, Energy, and Design (TISED) at McGill University. The symposium is focused on resilience and human responses to climate change, and is free and open to the public.

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Kate To Present Keynote at Atlanta’s Park Pride Conference

Mar 13, 2018

Kate will be traveling to Atlanta on March 26th to give a keynote presentation at Park Pride’s Annual Parks & Greenspace Conference: the largest greenspace gathering in the southeast. This year’s theme, “Parks & the Resilient City,” will focus on how robust park systems contribute to the resiliency of urban environments.

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A Sinking Bay Area

Mar 9, 2018

A new study published in Science Advances warns that sinking land will exacerbate sea level rise and flooding in the Bay Area.

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