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Gordon Brent INGRAM: ongoing projects & collaborations

Crabapple in the Railtown Studios roof garden, 30 April, 2009 photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

Crabapple in the Railtown Studios roof garden, 30 April, 2009 photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

o Strategies for sustainability transitions

o Ecosystem recovery strategies through environmental planning and design

o Planning and design of public art and other cultural infrastructure for neighbourhood development & ecological restoration

o Critical social and cultural theory and criticism in site-based art, landscape architecture, urban design, and sustainability transitions

o Conservation strategies for heritage neighbourhoods and landscapes including indigenous food production sites in North America and Mughal and Javanese gardens & their environmental histories

o Planning and design of metropolitan-wide networks of open space, public urban space, and protected areas

o Environmental mapping & land use planning by indigenous communities and related conservation initiatives

o Urban planning and design for the strategic sites and public space of sexual minorities

o Design and management of green roofs as part of sustainability initiatives

o Biodiversity conservation through environmental planning and design

o The implications of landscape ecology for ecosystem management and conservation planning with an ongoing research involvement in mosaics with Northern Garry Oak Ecosystems in British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest of the United States with ongoing research on Mount Maxwell, Salt Spring Island

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