Tag: American Society of Landscape Architects

ASLA Statement on IPCC Climate Change Report

A statement was released by Nancy Somerville, Hon. ASLA, executive vice president and CEO of the American Society of Landscape Architects, in the wake of the report released October 8 by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. In addition, a report issued in 2018 by the American Society of Landscape Architects, entitled Smart Policies for a Changing Climate, spells out design and planning solutions, as well as public policies, that can help engender resilient and climate-smart communities

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ASLA Joins ‘We Are Still In’ Movement

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has joined We Are Still In, a national coalition of 3,500 states, cities, companies, and organizations that remain committed to achieving US greenhouse gas reduction targets outlined by the Obama administration as part of the 2015 Paris climate agreement.

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OvS Wins International Landscape Architecture Award for Tippet Rise Art Center

OvS’ primary objectives were to make the colossal site visually legible, accessible, and sustainable without diminishing its untamed beauty. The firm interwove a complex series of design solutions to determine the location of major programmatic elements, devise a system of pedestrian and vehicular movement, collaboratively design a largely off-the-grid utility infrastructure, and develop a site-renewal process that re-establishes the native prairie and grassland. The interventions seamlessly integrate into the naturally-occurring landforms, yet are designed to capitalize on its topography, vistas, and ecology.

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ASLA Announces 2018 Professional Awards Winners

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) proudly announces the 25 winners of the ASLA 2018 Professional Awards. Selected from 368 entries, the awards recognize the best of landscape architecture in the general design, analysis and planning, communications, research and residential design categories from the United States and around the world.

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Guide to Green Building Products – Product of the Week

Rosendale Natural Cement Products®: Natural cement is made at much lower temperatures allowing much less fuel to be burned. The estimated reduction in CO2 is on the order of 600 pounds per ton of cement. Natural Cement retains its resilience, providing high performance and low maintenance over a building’s extended life cycle.

Rosendale Natural Cement Products®: Natural cement is made at much lower temperatures allowing much less fuel to be burned. The estimated reduction in CO2 is on the order of 600 pounds per ton of cement. Natural Cement retains its resilience, providing high performance and low maintenance over a building’s extended life cycle.

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