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Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)
Many northern cities’ magnificent civilizations, especially coastal cities, have relied on the glacial ruins left by the melt in the past. These bustling metropolises get opportunities from glacial disappearance. But now, they face potential threats from remote alpine glacial melting. Most people view this glacial disappearance indifferently. Moreover, they do not seem aware that we have a potential connection with these remote landscapes. This thesis proposes to use landscape design to raise public awareness of the glacial geological history of cities and the concern for the glacier melt, including the impact of glacial changes in the past, present, and future. The main objective is encouraging people to engage in conversations about alpine glacial and climate-related topics, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of these critical issues.
Tang, Zhehao, "Vanishing Ice" (2023). Masters Theses. 1020.
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