2014 Sustaining Our World Lecture - Plant Cut Build Repeat
In a world searching for technical solutions to the complex challenges of climate change, development, shelter shortage, and social and environmental degradation, sometimes the answers are found in the gorgeous simplicity of the natural environment that surrounds us.
Architect Michael Green talks about a future of building with natural materials in ways that suits the places we increasingly choose to live. Innovative wood design is challenging the traditional building industry to move away from customs developed during the Industrial Revolution and move into a new era of buildings as part of the Climate Revolution.
Michael Green Architecture
Thomas H. DeLuca
Professor and Director, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences