Where flooding is a way of life, planning and designing to welcome water is a natural next step for this Chinese riverfront park
Every investment in resilience should be multibenefit; we believe in leveraging the broader potential of resilience investments to strengthen social networks, grow economic opportunities, and advance equity. Addressing a range of challenges—from flooding, to heat waves, to drought—Sasaki works with clients to plan and design holistically for changing environments.
A year-long public engagement process informed the draft
Sasaki is delighted to announce the American Planning Association (APA) awarded the Climate Ready Boston Citywide Report a 2019 National Planning Achievement Award for Resilience – Gold Winner, the highest honor within the category
Perspectives on resilience and landscape architecture in the context of climate-induced conditions
“Landscape architects are in a unique position to be one of the most influential professions to tackle climate change," says Sasaki principal and Chair of Landscape Architecture, Michael Grove
Working in Cedar Rapids, a city of 130,000, that had only eight years between their first and second highest floods on historical record
Planning for resilience in a vulnerable area of Tennessee, guided by the principles: protect, restore, and empower