Green Anarchy: Renegades Who Changed Design

Green Anarchy: Renegades Who Changed Design

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The world is in grave danger. Climate destabilization, rampant industrialization, environmental destruction, pollution, and species extinction are problems significantly impacting our natural world. The environmental movement was launched to protect our natural world, reduce pollution, and to protect animal and plant diversity. This documentary will focus on neglected pioneers in the environmental movement as well as a few well known figures. Through video interviews and historical vignettes we will explore the work of educators, practitioners, philosophers, and influential harbingers of change. We will examine how anarchistic ideas, decentralization, and other belief systems have played a role in architecture, urban planning, and in overcoming environmental challenges.

Learning Objectives: 
  1. Discuss the views of Elisee Reclus on nature and the role of cities
  2. Explain how Ebenezer Howard’s garden city differs from an industrial city
  3. Summarize Giancarlo de Carlo’s criticisms of public housing and universities
  4. Describe the crucial role of streets and sidewalks according to Jane Jacobs
  5. Identify the benefits of squatter settlements according to John Turner
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AIA Course Number: 
GAR00A
GBCI Course ID: 
920004575
Delivery Format: 
Narrated Video
Device Format: 
Desktop/Laptop
Tablet
Course & Quiz Details: 

10 Multiple Choice and True/False Questions

A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion

$35.00