From Africa, the Middle East, the Americas, Europe and the Asia Pacific, over 77 nations are uniting on a single mission to limit planetary warming to 1.5°.
Members of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) shared a Climate Action Commitment at their 57th IFLA World Congress this August.
“As landscape architects, we can make a tremendous difference to climate change and to climate action through our work so thinking globally but acting locally is critical,” says IFLA President, James Hayter.
Through planning, design and management of cities, regions and natural places, the work of landscape architects protects, restores and enhances global ecosystems; fosters human health and well-being; cools
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