New Route for Spatial Identity — Restoration Strategies of Landscape to Climate Change
The landscape architecture that can adapt to climate is rare in actual project. The reason is that climate change is often seen as a threat, and the countermeasure is to defend and protect the status quo. However, from another point of view to review climate change, the anticipation of the changes can be regarded as the newly emerged opportunities in the specific field. On this occasion, climate change can provide the appearance of landscape with many possibilities and create new identities for it. The paper took Inashiki in Japan as the object of study to examine how to define the opportunities under the extreme climate changes and how to create new spatial identities through landscape restoration strategies to make the restored landscape become one part of the regional green infrastructure.
Qing Yang, Li Hua Zhu, Jing Jing He, Zeng Feng Yan and Rui Ren
Y. Wu and K. Fu, "New Route for Spatial Identity — Restoration Strategies of Landscape to Climate Change", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 368-373, pp. 1915-1919, 2012