Explore Design ’08: The Design Education Fair for Youth

Explore Design (ED) is North America’s first Education Expo dedicated to the design discipline. Explore Design is a structured two-day event where students are provided with the information required to pursue an education, and ultimately a career in the world of design. Students interested in design will be presented with all the information needed to make an educated decision about their future in a contemporary, interactive, and experimental environment. Educational institutions, associations and professional groups will all be accessible to student attendees.

Explore Design takes place on Wednesday and Thursday, October 1 and 2, 2008 in Constitution Hall at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, located at 255 Front Street West. For more information, please visit www.exploredesign.ca.

Explore Design ’08: The Design Education Fair for Youth

Explore Design (ED) is North America’s first Education Expo dedicated to the design discipline. Explore Design is a structured two-day event where students are provided with the information required to pursue an education, and ultimately a career in the world of design. Students interested in design will be presented with all the information needed to make an educated decision about their future in a contemporary, interactive, and experimental environment. Educational institutions, associations and professional groups will all be accessible to student attendees.

Explore Design takes place on Wednesday and Thursday, October 1 and 2, 2008 in Constitution Hall at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, located at 255 Front Street West. For more information, please visit www.exploredesign.ca.

SOURCE: canadianarchitect.com – Canadian Architect – 6/18/2008.

EU Commission discusses soil degradation and climate change – Jerusalem Post

The European Commission last week hosted a high-level conference on the relationship between soil and climate change, and the role of soil management in climate change mitigation and adaptation. Organic matter plays a fundamental role supporting soil fertility, retaining water, sustaining biodiversity and regulating the global carbon cycle. But organic matter is in decline, and the conference heard how large amounts of carbon have been lost to the atmosphere in recent years. The Commission states it is convinced of the need to act at EU level to protect soil

SOURCE: Jerusalem Post EU Commission discusses soil degradation and climate change .

Green Sky Thinking debate – URGENT – deadline for submissions – June 19

Green Sky Thinking debate – deadline for submissions

Do you have a vision of the sustainable city of the future? Or simply some innovative sustainable design solutions you would like to share with an inquisitive high-profile audience of 100 key decision-makers in regeneration, sustainability and urban design?

If so, join the Green Sky Thinking Debate on 16 July 2008. Part of the 2008 London Festival of Architecture, the Green Sky Thinking Debate will take place at Allen & Overy, 10th floor, One Bishops Square, London E1.

This is a great opportunity for young landscape architects, architects, urban planners, landscape designers, engineers and multi-disciplinary design teams to showcase their work whilst demonstrating their commitment to green design.

To submit a brief email a 100 word description of your idea together with 5 lo-res images (no larger than 5mb each)to
zwilkinson@openhouse.org.uk by 19 June 2008.

SOURCE: Landscape Institute – Green Sky Thinking debate – deadline for submissions.

Making San Francisco into a people-oriented city

Tim Holt of San Francisco Chronicle interviews urban planning guru, Jan Gehl about San Francisco and create urban spaces and a more pedestrain city(Ed– Maybe hard with those hills) and open air shopping.

Read more @ the SOURCE: SFGate.com – Making S.F. into a people-oriented city

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