Emergence: Nonlinear Ecologies of Future Airports | Sarah Fayad – World Landscape Architecture

This project is in response to the pressures facing Badgerys Creek waterways as the second Sydney airport emerges, specifically, focusing on the increasing threat of invasive algae growth and the rising issues with airport pollution. A foreseen rise in pollution, CO2 level and nutrient supply to creeks will result in detrimental algal blooms in surrounding […] → READ MORE

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What if every unused post industrial/urban/rural wasteland landscape became an energy farm – the idea of the ditrubuted urban energy potential or urban tissue extended to the limits of energy/food/ renewable resources fields

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