“Greening in the Red Zone,” with Keith Tidball Now Online

Keith Tidball, Senior Extension Associate in Cornell University’s Department of Natural Resources, asserts that creating and accessing green spaces confers resilience and recovery in systems disrupted by conflict or disaster. Tidball, who spoke at Syracuse University on Feb. 26, 2014 as part of INSCT’s David F. Everett Postconflict Reconstruction Speaker Series, is the co-editor of Greening in the Red Zone, an edited volume that provides evidence for this assertion through cases studies from Afghanistan, Soweto, New Orleans, Kenya, Cameroon, Cyprus, and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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