#88 People Places and Green Places in a Healthy City

Number of presentations – 10, including:

The Piggyback Yard: a New Urban Park for Los Angeles     (Paper and Slides)
Benjamin V. Feldmann, RLA, ASLA, LEED, Senior Associate, Mia Lehrer + Associates, Los Angeles, CA, USA          

Prototypes of Commercial Activity and the Public Realm?      (Paper and Slides)
Elke Schlack Fuhrman, Dr. Ing and Assistant Professor, Universidad Andres Bello and Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago de Chile, CHILE.      

Landscape Strategies for Promoting Public Health through Urban Agriculture     (Paper and Slides)
Margot Jacobs, Associate, Mia Lehrer + Associates, Los Angeles, CA, USA.      

Urban Agriculture Sustainability and Environmental Justice in Miami-Dade County, Florida    (Paper and Slides)
Jacob Policzer, Environmental Consultant, Urban Environmental Innovations, Parkland, FL, USA.

The Last Tram Stop     (Slides)
Peter Sarlos, FRAIA, Practitioner and Lawyer, AUSTRALIA.     

Room to Breathe: Parks, Plazas, and People of Shanghai  (Paper and Slides)
David Sachs, Professor, Department of Architecture, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, USA.            

Competitive Solutions to Urban Voids and the Spaces In-Between     (Paper and Slides)
Jacob A Gines, Assistant Professor, Mississippi State University, School of Architecture, Mississippi State, MS, USA.       

Phoenix Rising: Art and Revitalization in Toronto  (Paper and Slides)
Mojan Jianfar, Director of Projects and Partnerships, The PATCH Project, Centre for Social Innovation – Spadina, Toronto, ON, CANADA          

Activating Streetscapes, Activating Communities   (Paper and Slides)
Alexis Kane-Speer, Director, The PATCH Project, Centre for Social Innovation – Annex, Toronto, ON, CANADA.    

Village Gardens: Building Community and Healthy Food Sources    (Slides)
Amber Baker, Program Director, Village Gardens, Portland, OR, USA, and Karen Cellarius, MPA, Senior Research Associate, Portland, State University, Portland, OR, USA.      

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