Take a look at the most up to date WDS programme here.
More information about the summit here.
IFLA Europe ratified the “IFLA World Global accord: adaptation for a changing world” at their General Assembly in Bucharest.
IFLA Europe joined the efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, to shrink demands for energy and to advance renewable sources of energy. The profession of landscape architecture can do much to advocate for improved resilience through advancements in public transportation, enhancement of urban canopy and expansion of green infrastructure.
Announcing the Last Call for proposals!
The Submissions keep rolling in
Due to overwhelming response and continued interest in ‘the call’, The World Design Summit Organization and their Scientific and Professional Committee have decided to open for a LAST and final call.
The WDS are now accepting submissions until August 6th, 2017 – do not miss your chance to show how design is transforming t
IFLA is delighted to announce the first members of the freshly launched Advisory Circle have been confirmed. Our appeal for professionals to participate in the Circle was to harness the expertise of those working in landscape architecture and related disciplines to support IFLA in developing institutional responses to national, regional and international developments that affect landscape architecture.
Meet the Advisory Circle members:
Gayle Souter Brown
Recognised international leader in land
On 16-17 June, the World Design Summit Organization (“WDSO”) hosted the second of two Pre-Summit Meetings in Paris, France. These meetings offer a collaborative, global partnership platform for international organizations to meet around their common cause: creating a better world for all by harnessing the power of design.
IFLA President Kathryn Moore was a participants in the World Design Summit (WDS) Meeting along with other international organizations representing design and design-related
The LI have described events at their recent conference as demonstrating the ‘power of the profession’
They say ‘Speakers at this year’s Landscape Institute conference demonstrated the ability of professionals to make a positive difference, in projects as diverse as a flood relief strategy for the North East, a series of massive interventions in China and ways of thinking about parks to ensure that they provide as much benefit as possible to refugees’
The conference, titled Landscape as Infrastr
Birmingham City University is launching a major new study looking at an integrated and cohesive approach to landscape and infrastructure. They are looking for a Research Fellow to contribute to the study: Focusing on the problems of long term social, economic and environmental costs/damage that have sometimes resulted from traditional development practices, this research aims to place quality of life and sustainability-oriented transformation of the region at the top of the political agenda.
You can get the most recent update on the 2017 World Council here.
To register for the IFLA World Council, please complete the following document:
This form must be signed by the President of your member association and submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person before the opening session of the World Council, no later than 08:00am on Sunday 15 October 2017.
Our second call for proposals ends next Sunday, June 4thAlready over 500+ innovative ideas submitted!
If you are working on a paper, a concept or a project which demonstrates the tremendous transformative power of design to create viable solutions for the global social, economic, cultural and environmental challenges, you should submit it!
Join speakers from 25 countries
Hundreds of speakers from Chile, China, France, India, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa,
Ri-Vista, Research for Landscape Planning – new call for papers
Ri-Vista is an open access semiannual journal in electronic format. It operates through international call for papers and double blind peer review. Founded in 2003, since 2014 Ri-Vista is part of the scientific journals of the Department of Architecture of the University of Florence and in 2015 a second series was launched. The journal deals with Landscape Architecture in a traditional disciplinary openness to the contributions of s
CSLA Adopts a Revised Climate Change Position Paper. You can find out more here.
The CSLA has announced the Recipients of the 2017 Awards of Excellence: The Rimouski Breakwater Development is awarded the Jury’s Award of Excellence. More details can be found here.