Yazid Ninsalam’s work is underpinned by an interdisciplinary approach to unpacking the impacts of landscape transformation driven by competing pressures of urban development and climate variability. He is a geospatial environment designer at McGregor Coxall and previously taught at RMIT University. He worked as a landscape architect for the National Parks Board in Singapore and served as Council Member in the Singapore Institute of Landscape Architects. He was conferred a doctoral degree in architecture by the National University of Singapore.
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