SPEAKING

2020 Designing School Grounds to Support Mental Health. Webinar. International School Grounds Alliance and Children & Nature Network.

2020 Virtual Earth Day Panel with Climate Action Community. Cal Poly Pomona.

2019 Nature & Nurture: An Ecological Design Approach to Schoolyards. Occidental College. October 2019.

2019 Nature & Nurture: Designing Schools to Support Mental Health. Hyde Lecture Series on Interdisciplinary Design and Collaboration. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln. October 2019.

2019 For the Love of Teenagers: Design Strategies to Support Mental Health. AWA+D Symposium and AWAF Awards Presentation.

2019 For the Love of Students: Designing Schools to Support Mental Health. Green Schoolyards America: Principal’s Institute.

2019 For the Love of Students: Designing Schools to Support Mental Health. Earth Month Presentation. April 2019. Los Angeles County Office of Education.

2019 For the Love of Teenagers: Designing Schools to Support Mental Health. Children & Nature Network: Cities Connecting Children to Nature. Austin, Texas.

2018 Incite | Insight: High School Environments for Mental Health. Department of Landscape Architecture Lecture Series. Cal Poly Pomona.

2018 Public Health, Water, Environmental Equity: Making the Case for School Landscapes. American Society of Landscape Architects. Philadelphia.

2018 Building Community through Landscape: Lessons from the Field. American Society of Landscape Architects. Philadelphia.

2018 Designing Schools for Mental Health. Advanced Landscape Architecture, MLA Design Studio. The University of Florida.

2018 For the Love of Teenagers. Landscape Architecture Symposium. Washington, D.C.

2018 Children and Climate Change. Just Say Oui: Supporting the Paris Climate Change Accords. Pasadena.

2017 Design with Stormwater. American Society of Landscape Architects. Los Angeles.

2017 Restorative Landscapes for Restorative Justice in Urban Schools. Collective Action. BuroHappold, Los Angeles.

2017 Panel: Greening Environmental Justice Communities. Parks, Pollution, and Obesity Conference. USC Environmental Health Centers.

2016 Building the LA River Trail: from planning to implementation to lessons learned. Moderator, California Trails and Greenway Conference.

2016 Reframing the Lawn: From Fallow to Bygone. Drought and Beauty Lecture Series, Landscape As Necessity. Los Angeles. March 4, 2016.

2015 Adapt by Design: Waterwise Living for the Pacific Palisades. Pacific Palisades. September 20, 2015.

2015 How Did I Get Here? Professional Practice and Design Pedagogy. Association for Women in Architecture Fund. May 16, 2015.

2015. Making Home: A Personal Perspective on Sustainability. Cal Poly Pomona Department of Landscape Architecture. February 20, 2015.

2014 California Friendly Gardens: Lessons Learned from the Field. Energy Resource Center. Southern California Gas. July. Downey, CA.

2013 Grassroots Design from the Mud Up: Irvine’s Adventure Playground. IndieCade. October. Culver City, CA.

2013 Case Study: The Frontier Project. Planting for Green Infrastructure. Council for Watershed Health. May. Claremont, CA.

2013 Case Study: Norton Garden Presentation and Tour. Planning for Green Infrastructure. Council for Watershed Health. May. Claremont, CA.

2009 Designing with Nature for Commercial Landscapes: The Frontier Project. Green Afternoons, The Frontier Project. Rancho Cucamonga, CA.

2007 Six Principles for Policy and Design: An Approach to Seeing Green. Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities. Honolulu, HI.

 

WRITING & ARTICLES ABOUT THE WORK

Latané, Claire. (2021, expected). Schools that Heal: Design with Mental Health in Mind. Washington, DC: Island Press.

Berg, Nate. (2020). “The quest to reopen schools by moving classes outside,” in Fast Company. July 25, 2020.

Margolies, Jane. (2019). “The Schoolyard is Sick,” In Landscape Architecture Magazine. June, 2019.

Latané, Claire. (2018). “The Harm of Doing Nothing,” In UC Berkeley’s Ground Up JournalMay 2018.

Latané, Claire. (2018). “The Nature of School Grounds,” in My Livable City. April 2018.

Lehrer, Mia and Latané, Claire. (2018). “The Los Angeles River: Projects and Perspectives from Private Practice.” In River Cities, City Rivers. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks.

Latané, Claire. (2017). “Love and Fear in Los Angeles.” In The Dirt. October 16, 2017.

Lehrer, Mia and Latané, Claire. (2016). “Connecting Community by Advocacy and Design.” Proceedings, Reimagining Local Government Conference. Chapman University. February 25, 2016.

Lehrer, Mia; Latané, Claire; Jacobs, Margot. (2015). Don’t Gravelscape L.A. In Los Angeles Times. June 13, 2015.

Lehrer, Mia and Latané, Claire. (2015). How to Save Water the California Way. In The Dirt. April 9, 2015.

Lehrer, Mia and Latané, Claire. (2015). How to Save Water the California Way, part 2. In The Dirt. April 24, 2015.

Canfield, Jessica; Fagan, Elise; and Latané, Claire. (2012). Case Study Investigation: The Frontier Project. Part of the Landscape Architecture Foundation’s Landscape Performance Series.

Latané, Claire. (2010). “Police Presence: A new public space in downtown Los Angeles has an unusual benefactor – the LAPD.” In Landscape Architecture Magazine. December 2010.

Latané, Claire. (2010). “Book Review: An Illustrated History of Landscape Design.” In Landscape Architecture Magazine. December 2010.

Latané, Claire. (2010). “In The Green Seat.” In Landscape Architecture Magazine. September 2010.

Latané, Claire. (2010). “Book Review: Public Produce & Greening Cities, Growing Communities.” In Landscape Architecture Magazine. April 2010.

Latané, Claire. (2010). “Book Review: Unbounded Practice: Women and Landscape Architecture in the Early 20th Century.” In Landscape Architecture Magazine. January 2010.

Latané, Claire. (2009). “Healing with Nature: A Hospital Landscape Invites Patients, Visitors, Wildlife, and Water.” In Landscape Architecture Magazine. November 2009.

Latané, Claire. (2009). “Book Review: Re-Creating Neighborhoods for Successful Aging.” In Landscape Architecture Magazine. August 2009.

Latané, Claire. (2009). “Paradise Put in Place of a Parking Lot.” In Landscape Architecture Magazine. April 2009.

Latané, Claire. (2008). “Book Review: Creating Outdoor Classrooms.” In Landscape Architecture Magazine. October 2008.

Latané, Claire. (2008). “One Less Car on the Road in Los Angeles.” In the Living Here section of the 2008 US City Rankings. Posted September 25, 2008.

Goode, Claire; Ken McCown. (2007). Six Principles for Policy and Design: An Approach to Seeing Green. Proceedings: Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.