Daily digest: Howard University environmental justice course wins architecture prize, climate research on Governors Island, and more

Hello and happy Earth Day! Because humans are literally heating the Earth up past the point of no return, here’s what you need to know today:

Howard University course on environmental justice wins collegiate architecture prize

This week the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture announced its annual Course Development Prize. The winning curriculum, titled Environmental Justice (EJ) + Health + Decarbonization, was proposed by Howard University architecture lecturer Nea Maloo, AIA

The annual prize asks lecturers and professors to submit proposals for courses on topics related to architecture, climate change and society. Maloo’s course focuses on designing sustainable buildings that foster environmental health, justice and social

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