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Title: Project Manager, Stew-Map
Unit: New York City Urban Field Station
Address: New York City Urban Field Station
431 Walter Reed Road
Fort Totten Cluster #2, Box #12
Bayside, Queens, NY 11359
E-mail: Laura Landau
As Project Manager for STEW-MAP, I focus on the groups in New York City working to conserve, manage, transform, monitor, advocate for, and educate about the local environment. I coordinate outreach with data providers and respondents for the STEW-MAP survey, and engage environmental and civic groups in the project. I am interested in broadening the definition of stewardship to include the many ways that people take care of their neighborhoods.
My graduate research focused on the importance of public space in strengthening community cohesion. For my Master's thesis, I analyzed the upcoming NYCEM Community Emergency Toolkit, with an emphasis on how to incorporate long-term recovery and preparedness through environmental stewardship.
Landau, Laura F. 2017. "Place-Based Approaches to Community Resilience through Response, Recovery, and Preparedness." Master of Science in City and Regional Planning Thesis, School of Architecture, Pratt Institute. Posted with permission, 2017.01.11.
Last Modified: 03/21/2018