"In week 1 students visited their client in urban and rural field visits, attempting to identify its needs, desires and wants, documenting patterns of behavior with audio recording, photography, field notes and other tools.
"They were also encouraged to speak to experts who know the client well such as gardeners, urban planners, municipal workers or meteorologists. They were also asked to document the way that humans interact with their client.
"During week 2 the students developed a proposal for a product, service or intervention that fulfills the needs of their client or calls attention to the ecosystem service(s) that the client provides."
"Ekuatorial provides timely news and visualizations about the oceans, forests, and natural disasters of Indonesia. Contributed to by a network of publications and journalists associated with the Society of Indonesian Environmental Journalists, Ekuatorial is a GeoJournalism website that combines storytelling with data visualization to contextualize events with the broader patterns of environmental change."
Rob Huisman managing director of the BNO (The Association of Dutch Designers) talks to design thinker- and writer John Thackara on his keynote lecture: ‘Driving safely in the dark: Opportunities for design as the crisis unfolds'.
Oct.2013 report by Tim Jackson and Peter A. Victor
"the discussion in this section has identified four elements essential to the emergence of a green economy: the role of enterprise, the quality of employment, the structure of investment, and the nature of the money economy."
FIGURE 2.9 The projected increase in the number of people (in thousands) exposed to floods in 2030 compared to those in 1970. Only catchments bigger than 1,000k m2 were included in analysis; therefore, only the largest islands in the Caribbean are covered. Source: IPCC, 2012; Solterra Solutions, 2012.
From the U.S. National Research Council (NRC) 2013 report "Abrupt Impacts of Climate Change: Anticipating Surprises." (p.76)
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