Retrofitting residential neighbourhoods for 80% greenhouse gas reductions: Focus on Burnaby
With special presenter: Ellen Pond
Ellen will be looking at alternate energy systems for domestic energy demand, neighbourhood design changes to move us to a transportation mode shift, and local food production possibilities. She will focus on the energy component, particularly how all of the sectors intersect across local landscapes, and what the energy/food/transport integrated possibilities are to move to low-carbon neighbourhoods that are also wonderful places to live.
For more information see Revealing Climate Change Mitigation in the Landscapes of the Future
Ellen Pond currently works with the Collaborative for Landscape Planning, UBC, on climate change visualization and planning. She received her Master’s of Landscape Architecture from UBC, producing an ASLA award-winning graduate project on retrofitting existing residential neighbourhoods for intensive climate change mitigation. She is the 2008 UBC Olmsted Scholar, and a North American Olmsted Scholar finalist. Research interests include site adaptive and systems-based climate change mitigation, and urban agriculture. She is also a ticketed Journeyperson Carpenter.