Integrated Climate Change Planning (Exploration Elective)Semester Course

Major Discipline(s)
Sustainability, Urban Design, Urban Studies
New Course Note
This course starts in Fall 2020 and will replace Integrated Climate Change Planning.
Type
Elective Course
Available
Fall/Spring semester
Credit(s)
3

Current changes in our climate require an innovative response to the way we build our urban environments. Re-framing the way urban evolution and nature is thought of, this course explores how the holistic integration of blue and green infrastructures, renewable energy, waste management, digital technology, and agriculture can provide healthier, more resilient, and smarter cities.

Integrated Climate Change Planning is developed through a series of mobile classes, case studies, design workshops, and field studies, both in Copenhagen, Denmark, and in Bordeaux, France. It is an open invitation to abandon comfortable academic distinctions, further a holistic dialogue, and to stimulate the creation of concrete solutions for our cities.

Faculty

Silvia Dragomir

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect and advocate of Cities for People, with an MSc in Sustainable Urban Planning from Aalborg University and MSc in Architecture from Bucharest and Bordeaux. Her professional profile includes a collaboration with KANT architects, owner of an architecture studio with focus on sustainability, climate change adaptation and mitigation. Her passion is sharing knowledge and creating better living environments. With DIS since 2015.