Title: San Francisco’s Eastside Resilience through Fluid Adaptation across Time, Space, and Scale Time: Noon on October 5, 2017 Location: 5th Floor Conference Room, 30 Van Ness Speaker: Hope Hui Rising, PhD, PLA Dr. Hope Hui Rising will be presenting to the San Francisco Sea Level Rise Adaptation Committee. The presentation will focus on fluid […]
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LA327 Theory of Landscape Architecture will offer landscape performance as a lens through which to explore resilient by design as a design theory for climate adaptation with support from the Landscape Architecture Foundation Landscape Performance Education Grant. https://lafoundation.org/news-events/blog/2017/07/21/lp-education-grant-recipients/
On August 7, Dr. Hope Hui Rising made a presentation to the Landscape Architecture Foundation with four other professors from around the country. Her presentation focused on the use of landscape performance to motivate proactive funding mechanism for climate-adaptive interventions, which often rely on disaster-driven funding, by documenting their short-term co-benefits as ecosystem services that can contribute to long-term resilience incrementally.
Location: Exploratorium, The Bay Observatory, Pier 15/17 (Embarcadero at Green Street) Time: 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. on June 6 Join us for a presentation by Dr. Hope Hui Rising on “Adapting San Francisco to Rising Tides, Flooding, and Drought.”
Dr. Hope Hui Rising presented “Adaptive Water Urbanism for Three Coastal Cities” to the Climate and Water Policy Board at the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association.
Dr. Hope Hui Rising presented lessons learned from intergenerational planning and designing for sea level rise using design games at the Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association in Madison, WI. http://www.edra.org/page/Friday_Full_Schedule ABSTRACT We examined the potential of design game in facilitating intergenerational planning and design for sea level rise in eight community workshops […]
On June 1, Dr. Hope Hui Rising presented her paper entitled “Mitigating stress-inducing effects of viewing urban hardscapes with water sounds,” which won the second place for the 2017 Best Paper Award from the Environmental Design Research Association. ABSTRACT With a repeated measures design, we investigated the potential of waterscapes in mitigating the stress-inducing effects […]
Join us for a talk on possible ways to apply Adaptive Water Urbanism within the Green Benefit Districts of San Francisco on June 4 from 2 to 3:30pm. The presentation is open to all. We will be in the Potrero Branch Meeting Room of the San Francisco Public Library located at 1616 20th Street.
Dr. Hope Hui Rising presented “Mainstreaming water retention within right-of-ways with ecosystem services: Meandering blue parkways as building blocks of amphibious transportation system.” for the urban design track at the 2017 Council for Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference. ABSTRACT Many cities have sought to retain water through place-making in order to better adapt to the […]
Dr. Hope Hui Rising presented her paper entitled “The role of water-based imageability in climate adaptation: Promoting upstream water retention through water-based place identity” for the thematic track on people and environment relationships at the 2017 Council for Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference. ABSTRACT Many downstream areas have used urban design to implement controlled flooding […]