One of the themes you'll hear this week is how cliamte design must be thinking about other types of social justice as well. To start us off, Kathryn Larsen will use her experience as an immigrant in Denmark, her work with sustainable builidng materials, such as seaweekd, and a radical protest to redesign the sale of Copenhagen's public nature for comemrcial housing, to talk about how social sustainability must go hand-in-hand with that-other-kind-of sustainability we hear so much about.
And there are more ways to be intersectional than just this one. Montana hemp farmer, Kirby Hancock is also looking at sustainable building materials. Combining art, architecture, and agriculture Kirby is engaging in research, education, and product development with sustainable hemp builidng materials, which can even reduce the carbon footprint of the building.
Moderator: Aylin Alkabarli, a 21 year old climate designer, from Baku.
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