Post-Pandemic Communities - Building Stronger Communities
2021 AIA/ACSA Intersections Research Conference: COMMUNITIES
Featuring the perspectives of city officials and a former city mayor all working for increased social justice, this panel discussion highlights the opportunities for designers and officials to work together to build stronger communities in a post-pandemic future. This includes ideas about how we can better prepare for the next public health crisis. The panel also touches on initiatives to reinvigorate downtowns with new community-inspired projects and highlights the fact that good ideas can come from anywhere and bring together diverse stakeholders.
- Examine lessons learned about pandemic-resilient buildings and planning practices.
- Integrate strategies used in healthcare design into other typologies.
- Evaluate where health and climate considerations overlap and plan for a healthier built environment.
- Identify how we can better prepare for the next public health crisis using what worked and did not work for the COVID pandemic so we can build stronger communities for the future.
This course is part of a series
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