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ECOLOGICAL DESIGN: THE UNSTOPPABLE WAVE

  • Subject: [cg] ECOLOGICAL DESIGN: THE UNSTOPPABLE WAVE
  • From: Laura Berman laura@foodshare.net
  • Date: Fri, 04 Apr 2003 19:57:02 -0500

I'm just forwarding this--please do not respond to me ;-)
Thanks,
Laura
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CALL FOR PAPERS, PRESENTATIONS, AND EXHIBITS
Deadline for proposals is April 25, 2003.

ECOLOGICAL DESIGN:  THE UNSTOPPABLE WAVE
A Global Interdisciplinary Conference on the Next Great Wave in
Architecture.
Berkeley-Oakland, California
Thursday-Sunday, August 7-10, 2003.
 
This is an invitation for proposals for papers and exhibits on research,
education, or practice in ecological architecture.

Topics can include any aspect of sustainability, alternative materials
and energy systems, environmental health, recycled building materials,
bioremediation, permaculture, design education, indigenous and
nature-based architecture.

Proposals are sought from researchers, architects, educators, students and
all others involved in ecological design, engineering, planning, and
construction.

Each proposal should be a brief abstract or summary (no more than one page)
sent as E-mail text, not as attachment.

Include topic/title, description, and complete author contact information.
Multiple proposals are welcome.

Proposals may be for seminar presentations (30 minutes duration),
poster or other displays, or special format presentations.

Accepted presenters will receive a substantial discount on conference
enrollment fees.

Deadline for proposals has been extended to April 25, 2003.
Accepted presenters will be notified no later than May 16, 2003.
 
For details of speakers and topics at last year's conference, see
Eco-Wave 2002 at www.SFIA.net.

Send proposals to the Eco-Wave Conference Committee
by E-mail, fax, or letter to any of the addresses below.

E-mail:  SFIA@aol.com.
(Send one page of plain E-mail text, do not send attachments or pdf.)

Fax:  510 848 5400.

Mail:  SFIA Information Office, Box 749, Orinda, CA 94563.

ECO-WAVE 2003 program organizers:
The San Francisco Institute of Architecture
Merritt College Environmental Studies Program
Academic Resources Foundation


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