With rising awareness of the impacts of environmental degradation and growing social and economic polarisation, various forms of civic urbanisms are emerging around the world as an alternative to the growth-oriented and market-driven urban development of the past. On this basis, the GASS community has also created a significant knowledge base, with exemplary policies and design practices that have effectively addressed these issues for resilient, sustainable, and livable cities. Our mission is realized when people are involved in the decisions that shape their lives. It provides a timely platform for scholars, professionals and students interested in contemporary urbanisation and its future trajectories to question and reflect upon the ways we approach our built environment through various planning and design processes to inspire new visions of urbanism. For more information, visit http: Deadline for submission is June 1, Established inthe SEED Network provides a common standard to guide, evaluate and measure the social, economic, and environmental impact of design.
Selected papers from the first and second symposiums were published as an edited volume.
Great Asian Streets Symposium / Pacific Rim Community Design Network / Structures for Inclusion
Email or Phone Password Forgot account? To accomplish this, the SEED process guides professionals to work alongside locals who know their community and its needs. Through subsequent conferences and joint projects, the network has provided a vehicle for collaboration and mutual support, as well as a forum for comparative understanding of community design in the fast changing political and social context of the Pacific Rim. Deadline for submission is June 1, For the conference this year, we are looking for proposals for working groups, paper presentations, and poster presentations.