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2100 Macau, China: Shifting Attitudes for our Vulnerable Future

Part 2 Project 2018
Eva Pontika
Samantha Hamilton
Charlie Glenton
University of Plymouth Plymouth UK
Like many coastal cities, Macau faces devastating challenges posed by rapid climatic changes of the 2100 predicted rising sea levels. The proposal introduces an artefact, a groyne, which forms a shifting landscape. This ecosystem is a flood management device, a natural sponge to protect the city. The presense of the device within the shifting landscape, challenges perceptions about values of nature, landscape and ecology through recording its ever-changing condition.
Eva Pontika
Samantha Hamilton
Charlie Glenton

Tutor(s)
Mr Robert Brown
2018
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