What's a Landscape For? Smart Growth and Livability in the 21st Century
Third Floor, Levis Faculty Center
919 W. Illinois St.
One of the great traumas of modern life is the loss of a sense of place. Gerald Adelmann draws on his internationally recognized work as a regional environmental and historic preservation planner in Illinois to articulate ways in which nature, art and history need to be woven back into the fabric of American metropolitan life in order for that life to be healthy and meaningful.
This talk is held in conjunction with the Environmental Horizons 2001 Conference, March 26- 27, 2001.
Sponsored by: College of Fine and Applied Arts, Office of Continuing Education
In conjunction with: Allerton Park and Conference Center, Environmental Council, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Department of Economics, Department of Geography, Department of Human and Community Develop.m.ent, Department of Landscape Architecture, Department of Leisure Studies, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Division of Conferences and Institutes, Institute of Government and Public Affairs, School of Architecture, Illinois Natural History Survey, Illinois State Geological Survey, Grand Prairie Friends, Illinois Student Environmental Network, Prairie Rivers Network
Executive Director, Openlands Project of Illinois