The Open Space Seattle 2100 project was a grassroots effort to engage a wide variety of stakeholders in discussing the future of Seattle’s “green infrastructure.” Led by the Green Futures Lab at the University of Washington, a charrette was conducted in 2006 with over 300 people from many disciplines participating. Each team focused on a different neighborhood in the city and visualized the future of our urban watersheds. A compilation of these green future strategies was compiled into a report called “Envisioning Seattle’s Green Future: Visions and Strategies from the Green Futures Charrette.” The City of Seattle has applied and implemented many of the suggested strategies.
Led by Green Futures Lab, University of Washington
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