Kate Orff:
Reavivando os rios de Nova York - com ostras!

TEDWomen 2010 · 10:07 · Filmed Dec 2010
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A arquiteta Kate Orff vê a ostra como uma agente de mudança urbana. Postas em conjunto submersas nos rios da cidade, as ostras absorvem a poluição e transformam as legendárias águas sujas em limpas - portanto levando a mais inovações em "ostra-tura". Orff compatilha sua visão de uma paisagem urbana que conecta natureza e humanidade para benefício mútuo.

Landscape architect
Kate Orff asks us to rethink “landscape”—to use urban greenspaces and blue spaces in fresh ways to mediate between humankind and nature. Full bio
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