August 2022 | announcements
A case study from the San Francisco firm CMG Landscape Architecture shows how specific design improvements, such as careful material and foliage selections, can transform a university campus into one that more powerfully sequesters carbon for a 74% reduced footprint.
Climate Positive Design, CMG Landscape Architecture
By Pamela Conrad
Pamela Conrad, an Architecture 2030 senior fellow and principal with CMG Landscape Architecture in San Francisco, explains why architects must focus sustainability efforts on the outdoor realm and exterior build environment.
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This article was originally published in Architect Magazine.
Architecture 2030’s mission is to rapidly transform the built environment from the major contributor of greenhouse gas emissions to a central solution to the climate crisis.