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Topic: Socioecological Design
Seeing RSD11’s Seven Foci Relationally

Seeing RSD11’s Seven Foci Relationally

RSD11 Keynote. Dr Tony Fry is a Tasmanian-based award-winning designer, cultural theorist, educator and writer. For this talk, his context: seeing the event’s seven foci relationally.

Designing Transitions

Designing Transitions

RSD10 Keynote. Dr Derk Loorbach provides a transition perspective to address the complexities and uncertainty of change and presents development by design as a way forward.

Declining Bee Populations in Central California

Declining Bee Populations in Central California

Organized within a metaphorical honeybee graphic, the map includes bipartisan policies between nonprofits and government, technological improvements to the pollination process, activism and public awareness.

O’ahu and the Effects of Climate Change

O’ahu and the Effects of Climate Change

The five-petal flower motif represents the delicate climate situation O’ahu’s flora and fauna faces and concludes that responsibility lands with global corporations and federal governments.

Synergetic Landscape

Synergetic Landscape

This gigamap demonstrates a systemic approach to urban environment performance for the future Post-Anthropocene communities and economies.

Car-Free City Life

Car-Free City Life

Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway. Autonomous public transport systems and the ongoing implementation of a car-free city center policy in Oslo.

Regenerative Bioregional Transitions

Regenerative Bioregional Transitions

The University of Limerick, School of Design, Ireland. The relationships between various perceived dimensions of designing for place-based, ecologically driven systems change.

VR to Fight Climate Change

VR to Fight Climate Change

Georgetown University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, USA. Commercial VR as a tool to produce pro-environmental behavior that combats climate change.

With a Grain of Salt

With a Grain of Salt

RSD7 Keynote. Pille Bunnell: My intent with the title is to evoke a listening through the double meaning of “salis” implicit in Pliny’s original phrase “addito salis grano.” The word “salis” not only refers salt, it also refers to wit.