Kate was recently profiled for the July 2018 issue of National Geographic. The article, titled “Climate Change Breaks Landscapes. She Remakes Them” highlights her MacArthur Fellowship, SCAPE projects Living Breakwaters and Public Sediment for Alameda Creek as well as her involvement in Columbia University’s new Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes. Kate speaks on human agency in a changing climate and the value of ethical and activist sensibilities in contemporary landscape architecture & urban design practices. To read the full article, click here.