Frameworks for the Future
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Kristina Hill is a scholar of urban design and environmental planning. She studies the impacts of flooding on urban districts and ecosystems, and develops strategies for adaptation to climate change. Her current work is on adaptation to rising coastal groundwater, centered on biodiversity, new financing strategies, and environmental justice. She has developed adaptation strategies for the San Francisco Bay Area, New Orleans, Seattle, Virginia Beach and the South Bronx. She has published widely, and lectures internationally on infrastructure and adaptation. Kristina holds a PhD from Harvard University, and teaches at UC Berkeley in landscape architecture, urban design and environmental planning.
Utah State University
Urban Design, Environmental Planning, Groundwater
Environmental Design | Landscape Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Hill, Kristina, "Frameworks for the Future" (2020). Speaker Series. 16.