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The Changing Climate of Practice:
An Interview with Elizabeth Mossop
Alpa Nawre
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Elizabeth Mossop is professor of landscape architecture and dean of design architecture and building at the University of Technology in Sydney and has held leadership positions at Harvard GSD, the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture at LSU, and UNSW. She is a founding principal of Spackman Mossop Michaels, landscape architects based in Sydney and New Orleans. Her research and practice are concerned with landscape’s role in urban revitalization and resilient communities and cities in the face of the climate crisis. The following is an interview with Elizabeth Mossop, conducted by Alpa Nawre, coeditor of this issue; the interview has been edited for length and clarity.

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