Submission Guideline

  • Submission Deadline: June 30, 2024 July 31, 2024
  • Abstracts must be submitted online via the website only.
  • You can choose oral or poster presentation. The Program Committee reserves the right to decide on the final allocation and presentation method.
  • The maximum number of characters for an abstract is 300 words (spaces not included).

Topic Categories

      The theme of the 2024 Global Landscape Architecture Conference on Sustainable Land Development and Environment is "A NEW GREEN ERA". It will be presented in exhibitions, seminars, and thesis publications. This conference aims to combine practices with scholars domestic and abroad to conduct academic discussions on the current environmental development and landscape professional education, emerging issues in the landscape industry, cognition and preference of the profession, landscape planning and evaluation, ecology, and sustainable development.

Global changes affect the field of landscape architecture, with new professional practices sought out to adapt to the new environmental design. Topics such as therapeutic landscapes, green space accessibility, and pedestrian environment are the keys to improving human health, healing, and inclusive living environments.

The Landscape for Wellness subtopics are as follows:

  • Healing Gardens and Therapeutic Landscapes
  • The Impact of Urban Green Spaces on Mental Health
  • Designing and Balancing Forms and Functions for Physical Activity in Outdoor Spaces
  • Accessible and Inclusive Outdoor Environments

Population growth and activities stress the environment, leading to biodiversity loss, environmental pollution, and global change. Biodiversity is an environmental issue of international concern and is the foundation for the human living environment. Landscape diversity research is essential for land planning, evaluation, conservation, and the development of natural areas.

The Landscape for Biodiversity subtopics are as follows:

  • Strategies for Urban Biodiversity Conservation
  • Green Corridors and Wildlife Connectivity
  • Sustainable Water Management in Landscape Design
  • Landscapes in Ecosystem Services and Resilience

Global warming has led to frequent abnormal weather and increased concentrations of greenhouse gases released by human activities. Integrating landscape design can build a low-carbon society and maintain a CO2 balance. Landscape conservation is the first step towards a low-carbon society.

The Landscape for Low-Carbon Society subtopics are as follows:

  • Carbon-Neutral Landscape Design Strategies
  • Green Infrastructure for Climate Change Mitigation
  • Resilient Design for Climate-Adaptive Landscapes

The progress of digital technology has a far-reaching impact; landscape design should integrate science and technology to innovate methods, support urban and rural planning, strengthen the economy, and promote the coordination between man and nature.

The subtopics of Landscape for Arts and Technology are as follows,

  • Environmental Behavior and Technological Applications
  • Aesthetics and Beauty in Landscape Design
  • Sustainable Living and Smart Technology
  • Landscape Science, AI Applications and Their Ethics

Cultural landscapes reflect the intergenerational interaction between humans and nature, and have historical, aesthetic, ethnographic or anthropological value. It is a co-creation between man and nature, between cultural heritage and natural heritage, and is classified as cultural heritage. Landscape design should respond to cultural preservation and climate justice through landscape design that encompasses community and social impacts. 

The Landscape for Social and Cultural Sustainability subtopics are as follows:

  • Participatory Community Design and Social Impacts in Landscape Design
  • Environmental and Climate Justice and Community Resilience
  • Embrace and Preserve Cultural Diversity and Landscapes

Accept any other topic related to landscape design, planning professions, and environmental issues