Erich Wolff is an Associate Lecturer in Landscape Architecture at RMIT University and an affiliated researcher at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He is an interdisciplinary educator and researcher working with floods, citizen science and landscapes of risk. His doctoral research and recent publications focus on investigating community participation in the design of nature-based solutions to explore how people can be involved in the production of infrastructure and the built environment in the age of climate change.
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