Green Reconstruction: A Curricular Toolkit for the Built Environment

Launch and Discussion September 21st, 6:30pm Wood Auditorium for Columbia affiliates | Livestreamed here Join us for the public launch of Green Reconstruction: A Curricular Toolkit for the Built Environment, featuring a discussion between editor Reinhold Martin, GSAPP's Interim MArch Program Director Mario Gooden, GSAPP's Director of Urban Planning Weiping Wu, and respondent Quilian Riano, Interim Dean of Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture. Released digitally and in print, Green Reconstruction is available for no cost to anyone interested in the relationship between curricular and societal change. The PDF is available for download here, and the print edition can be requested here. Limited copies will also be available at the launch.

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