All are welcome to attend a public lecture on Geodesign by Carl Steinitz on November 30th, 5:30-7:30, at the EY Building (Level 34), 200 George St, Sydney CBD.
The Geodesign process supports a systems-thinking approach to Sustainable Urban Development decision-making. Supported by GIS applications and visualisation tools, it is driven by information sharing and interaction between stakeholder groups.
Geodesign workshops facilitate stakeholders’ recognition of existing and potential information gaps, as well as the social, environmental, and political complexities of a given study area.
Carl Steinitz is Wiley Professor of Landscape Architecture and Planning at Harvard Graduate School of Design. He will be sharing his insights and experience in pioneering the Geodesign process and holding workshops in different parts of the world.