CALP focuses on accessible solutions that bridge research and practice by bringing rigorous science and modeling, visualizations, innovative environmental design and participatory processes to community and landscape planning.
How does CALP do this? Specifically by using various tools such as modeling and visualization, and processes such as workshops, charrettes and extensive community planning exercises to investigate the impact of how citizens, stakeholders, practitioners and decision-makers engage with sustainability challenges in their communities. In doing so, we strive to establish CALP as an international centre for climate action and education for the broader public and our partner communities.
For more information on CALP Tools, Processes and Framework, download the CALP Menu.
- Adaptation to Climate Change Team (ACT)
- CIRS – Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability
- GEOIDE – Geomatics for Informed Decisions
- Neptis Foundation
- NSERC – Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
- PICS – Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions
- Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia
- SALA- The School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture
- Social Sciences Humanities Research Council
COLLABORATIVE FOR ADVANCED LANDSCAPE PLANNING
Department of Forest Resources Management, Faculty of Forestry
Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Applied Sciences
at UBC’s Centre for Interactive Research and Sustainability
3321 – 2260 West Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
Lab telephone #: 604-822-4148 (visit our PEOPLE page for Researcher/Staff #s)