Tom Fisher talks with David Rouse and Mark Reiner about their perspectives on the use of geodesign in disparate applications.
David Rouse of the American Planning Association outlines his plan for expanding geodesign into more fields and applications to create an overall system for geographic planning.
Ming-Chun Lee of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte explains his work on a geodesign plan for the city of Wilmington that sought a solution to the threat of sea-level rise.
Ken Wall, Geodata Services, Inc., talks about his work with the United Way using low-risk cities as proving grounds for geodesign practices.
Paul Cote of pbcGIS details his work on a comprehensive geodesign plan for the cities of Boston and Cambridge.
Alison Smith of the University of Georgia outlines her work using geodesign and scenario modeling for a study for the National Wildlife Federation.
Rosanna Rivero, College of Envrionment and Design, University of Georgia, details some of the imagery and modeling that went into the design for Florida's Miami-Dade Western Greenway.
Antje Kunze of SmarterBetterCities presents some geodesign and urban management solutions for better city designs.
Julia Reisemann of Fregonese Associates gives an overview of an infill study she performed in only two hours for Portland, Oregon.
Ronald Kellett of the University of British Columbia discusses different ways of applying visualization tools to foment public engagement in community development planning.
Christine Siddoway of Colorado College talks about the addition of a geodesign course inspired by her attendance at the 2014 Geodesign Summit.
Kelleann Foster of Penn State University provides an overview of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) for geodesign.