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Pamela Conrad, PLA, ASLA, LEED AP, is an internationally recognized landscape architect, Founder of Climate Positive Design, Faculty at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, and Architecture 2030 Senior Fellow. Her passion for the environment is deeply rooted – from growing up on a farm in Missouri to degrees in Plant Science and regenerative landscape architecture. Conrad’s 20-year career most recently as a Principal at CMG Landscape Architecture has focused on implementing nature-based solutions in the built environment from large-scale habitat restoration to a decade of urban sea level rise adaptation projects in San Francisco, California and beyond.

Pamela’s influential research on carbon sparked by the 2019 LAF Fellowship for Innovation and Leadership is elevating landscape architecture’s role in climate change and has continued through the 2023 Harvard Loeb Fellowship. She focuses on finding solutions to the climate crisis and planning for a resilient future as ASLA’s Climate Action Plan Chair and IFLA’s Climate Action Committee Vice-Chair. Conrad has been featured in Forbes, TIME Magazine for Kids, the recent book “Build Beyond Zero”, and on stage at the UN COP27 Climate Conference. She has received numerous awards including the Metropolis Planet Positive Award, ASLA’s Award of Honor, and San Francisco Business Times Women of Influence Award.

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