This paper focuses on the adoption of the geodesign approach, in-cluding methods and tools, in spatial planning and design courses in higher edu-cation with an international comparative perspective. The comparative review is based on four case studies developed implemented in the US, Brazil and Italy. They were developed by the authors of this article in order to showcase the dif-ferences in the implementation and use of geodesign framework, scenario plan-ning and newly developed web-based tools. The comparison and discussion of case studies demonstrates the possibility and potential of applying geodesign methods at different a variety of scales, with different approaches and with dif-ferent participants. The paper concludes with reflections of the taken approaches and a discussion.

Geodesign Education: Case Studies from the US, Brazil and Italy

Michele Campagna;
2023-01-01

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This paper focuses on the adoption of the geodesign approach, in-cluding methods and tools, in spatial planning and design courses in higher edu-cation with an international comparative perspective. The comparative review is based on four case studies developed implemented in the US, Brazil and Italy. They were developed by the authors of this article in order to showcase the dif-ferences in the implementation and use of geodesign framework, scenario plan-ning and newly developed web-based tools. The comparison and discussion of case studies demonstrates the possibility and potential of applying geodesign methods at different a variety of scales, with different approaches and with dif-ferent participants. The paper concludes with reflections of the taken approaches and a discussion.
2023
978-3-031-37113-4
geodesign; scenario planning; environmental planning; geospatial technologies
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