On 12th of June IFLA president Bruno Marques will give a lecture "IFLA is all of us: why we need a united Landscape Architecture profession."
While the world has changed a lot since its establishment, the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) and landscape architects across the globe keep fighting the same battles.
This talk provides an overview of the state of the profession and introduces the critical role that landscape architects play in advancing the profession by demanding the highest standards of education, training, research and professional practice.
The lecture will cover the topics around climate action and biodiversity; health, wellbeing and nature-based solutions; community participation; technology and evidence-based design; food security; and traditional knowledge and indigenous practices.
Lecture will take place in the Assembly Hall of the Estonian University of Life Sciences at Kreutzwaldi 1a on 12th of June at 10 am.