Thursday, May 10th, 2012
By Julia Hughes, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
As part of my role with the Academy of Architecture for Justice, I contributed to the white paper, “Sustainable Justice 2030: Green Guide to Justice.” This white paper is a proposition for the role of the justice system in contributing to the continuing viability of our society. Intended to complement other public initiatives with the year 2030 as the planning horizon, we aim to articulate a vision for how green justice buildings can serve a green and sustainable justice system as a foundational element of a sustainable society. As architects, our planning and design efforts are framed by the vision of our clients; this paper is intended to illustrate a vision for the year 2030 that is holistic and elevated in aspiration to create a more just and sustainable society.
Download the Sustainable Justice 2030: Green Guide to Justice white paper and take the quiz for 1 HSW/SD.
I’m also speaking at the AIA National Convention and Design Exposition next week; click for information on my presentation, Sustainable Justice: Making the Connection with LEED.Tags: Academy of Architecture for Justice, white paper A vision for a more just and sustainable society