Key Themes

During this conference, individuals and teams representing site-specific projects from across Florida’s diverse landscape will share their work, process, experiences, and results. In addition to providing participants with opportunities to cultivate new partnerships, this exchange of knowledge will result in the publication of an edited volume of case studies spotlighting solutions to flooding in Florida.

Presentations will focus on the following topics:

Open and Public Space

Community design strategies that signal a departure from traditional approaches and reveal best practices for redefining spatial layout to mitigate flood risk.

Ecosystem Adaptation

Restoration and preservation of natural habitats that enhance resilience and provide benefits to people and ecosystems.

Housing and Buildings

Design for adaptation and novel building technologies supporting resilient housing and neighborhoods.

Transportation and Critical Infrastructure

Design and planning projects that ensure mobility, safety, clean water, energy or other essential services to communities.

UF School of Landscape Architecture and Planning
Sea Grant Florida
UF Florida Institute for Built Environment Resilience (FIBER)
Florida Climate Institute
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