Nina-Marie Lister: “Design for Diversity: Betwixt Culture and Nature and the Wild Between” Public Lecture in the Series “Design & the Biodiverse”, Syracuse University, School of Architecture March 3rd 2022
Nina-Marie Lister delivers a Public Lecture in the Series “Design for Diversity,” titled, “Design for Diversity” Betwixt Culture and Nature and the Wild Between” at the Syracuse University, School of Architecture.
On Friday, October 22, 2021, the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture awarded EDL founder, Professor, and Graduate Director Nina-Marie Lister with the 2021 Margolese National Design for Living Prize recognizing her as an inspirational Canadian citizen who engages in design aimed at improving the built environment.
In 2016, Nina-Marie gave a lecture titled Of Wilderness Wild-ness and Wild Things for The New Landscape Declaration: A Summit on Landscape Architecture and the Future hosted by the Landscape Architecture Foundation.
A History of Coupled Human and Natural Systems – Part 1: Forming Toronto’s Landscape
In 2015, Nina-Marie Lister gave a lecture titled A History of Coupled Human and Natural Systems – Part 1: Forming Toronto’s Landscape for the Leading with Landscape Conference Presentation hosted byThe Cultural Landscape Foundation.
For the studio project titled The People’s Plan for the Riverfront Ribbon, graduate students produced a video highlighting issues of access in the Lower Don Valley and the incredible potential of the space.
Regenerating Resilience: Green + Blue Infrastructure
In 2014, Nina-Marie gave a lecture titled Regenerating Resilience: Green + Blue Infrastructure during theGreen Building Training: Planning & Infrastructure for Sustainable Cities hosted by Sustainable Buildings Canada.