The GIPL’s communication strategy is to make research accessible to all - expanding key messages to and for city leaders, partners, communities, researchers, and all those professions involved in policy, practice and design of our living environments.

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Public Parks

and COVID-19

Green Spaces Help 

Control Disease

Environmental Racism

and Resilience

Aural Signatures

of the Peri-Rural

The Silent

Sounds

of Nature

Plant-Based Diets for Succulence

and Sustainability

Digital Studio Based Learning

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Environmental Lichenology

Bioindicators for Pollution

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Green

Communities

Human Wellbeing &

Greenspace Interaction

Academic Innovation

Digital Learning in Landscape Architecture

(re) connect : The Wasatch Front

Green Infrastructure Plan

Regional Analysis

and

Implementation Plan

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Climate 

Positive

Design

GIPL News

Better

Urban Planning

with

People

The FIRST Green Infrastructure Conference in Nova Scotia is Coming in 2021

Examining the Peri-Rural - A Collaborative Exhibit 

Landscape Architecture Students design new green infrastructure entry to Studio + GIPL Labs

Virtual PARKing Day 2020

COFFEE+DESIGN : A monthly open discussion among LA students sponsored by GIPL

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Dr. Robert France article : Extreme Climatic Upheaval, Emergency Resource Adaptation, and the Emergence of Folkloric Belief

Dr. Kathleen Kevaney publishes Book : Plant-Based Diets for Succulence and Sustainability

Dalhousie's Landscape Architecture Program and GIPL at 2019 APALA Conference

GIPL Participates in PARKing Day 2019

Dr. David Burton creates New Course : ENVA4006 - Air, Climate, and Climate Change

Dr. Richard leBrasseur measures the salutogenic effects of Forest Bathing in Finland

Dr. Brandon Hueng begins Mapping for Organic Soil Carbon Analysis of Canada

Dalhousie Students Design and Install Green Infrastructure : New Bioswale and Permeable Pavement on Campus

Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, FASLA, FCSLA, OBC Donates Personal Library of Landscape Architecture Books to Dal

Dr. Richard leBrasseur Delivers Inaugural Lecture on Peri-Urban Futures

Recalibrating the Landscape : Urban Morphologies, Transition, and Environmental Function

Student Research Papers and Projects

Wetland Vegetation Design - BMP's

Urban Nomadism and Reborn Landscape

Green Roofs

OUR

FRIENDS

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Rural Research Centre

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GIPL and Dalhousie Landscape Architecture Program

THE GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PERFORMANCE LAB

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The Green Infrastructure Performance Laboratory

Director, Richard leBrasseur, PhD

r.lebrasseur@dal.ca

Dalhousie University

Department of Plant, Food, and Environmental Sciences

20 Rock Garden Road, EE Building, Room 223

Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada  B2N 5E3