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Ecological & Social Infrastructure

24 September 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Venue: 114 Avery Hall
Columbia University
Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
1172 Amsterdam Avenue
New York

Ecological & Social Infrastructure: Case Study of the Venice Lagoon


Co-Hosted by GSAPP Urban Design and the Columbia Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology Program (E3B)


With introduction by Kate Orff (GSAPP) and Matt Palmer(E3B)


Alberto Barausse of University of Padova Environmental Systems Analysis Lab will be speaking about the groundbreaking Life VIMINE project and discussing nature-based solutions, ecosystem services quantification and valuation, stakeholder participation, and a circular economy, framing an integrated social and ecological approach to key issues facing the future of Venice and its environs.