Landscape Architect & Specifier News

OCT 2018

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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162 Landscape Architect and Specifier News I n f o r m a t i o n R e q u e s t # 5 1 7 NJASLA Professional Award Winners Announced The New Jersey Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects recently announced the winners of their annual Professional Design Awards. A jury of three landscape architects reviewed thirty submissions and selected eighteen winners. There were eight award categories, including student submission, in which projects could receive either a chapter, honor or merit award. The 2018 NJASLA Professional Award winners are: • ETM Associates • Clarke Caton Hintz • Mathews Nielson Landscape Architects • PS&S • Milillo + Bauer Associates • Sikora Wells Appel • Alan Tufts/Siciliano Landscape Co. • Landscape Techniques, Inc. • Nelson Weiss, Inc. • MKN • Wolfram Hoefer • Esther Lim • Thomas Young • Edwin Gano and Joseph Tidona • Diana Randjelovic and Nicole Cohen This year, all award winners in the student submission category came from the Rutgers Department of Landscape Architecture. To browse full presentations of the Rutgers students' award-winning projects, visit To view a complete list of NJASLA jury members, award categories and winning projects, visit y7mocnpq. ASLA Joins Climate Coalition We Are Still In is a bipartisan coalition that was founded in 2017. Signatories of the group vow to continue in their support of climate action to meet the targets set in the Paris Agreement. In a recent press release, the ASLA announced its involvement with We Are Still In, a national coalition of 3,500 states, cities, companies and organizations that are still committed to hitting the target rates of greenhouse gas reduction in the U.S. that were outlined as part of the 2015 Paris climate agreement. With this move, ASLA leadership has labeled climate change as a strategic focus. On September 12, executive vice president and ASLA CEO, Nancy Somerville, attended the We Are Still In Forum in San Francisco as part of the Global Climate Action Summit. This was reportedly the first climate summit at which leaders from both the private sector and local government engaged in discussion to "highlight meaningful solutions to climate change and raise the bar for action." In joining this coalition, the ASLA continues to encourage landscape architects to use their expertise in planning and design to address issues surrounding climate and sustainability on a national and local scale.

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