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IAPS 2020
RUNNING OUT OF TIME - Setting the pace for future generations



Monday 10 August 2020

Time in Québec
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Welcome


IAPS 2020 brings together people working across disciplines at understanding people-environment relations in order to improve our way of making a difference in shaping the future.

The main theme of the conference is the oft-overlooked aspect of TIME: short or long time; time that influences the way we use our cities and buildings; time interrupted by life events, natural disasters or human-made catastrophes; time as a conceptual lens or a design parameter. We are “running out of time” to take concrete steps to build sustainable and equitable societies, improve people’s quality of life, and heal our planet. We must therefore set the pace not only in order to respond to immediate needs, but also the needs of future generations.





Program Overview

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08:00-08:40 Conference opening : Welcome to Québec!
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08:45-10:15 Symposium 08 - Approaches to bridge communication challenges for nature conservation, sustainability, and health promotion
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08:45-10:15 Paper session SYM-02 - Food production and practices
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08:45-10:15 Intensive Session (part 01) - Renovating school estates with "people in mind": the cases of Portugal, Belgium and Quebec
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08:45-10:15 Paper session SYM-07 - Aging in place and aging in the right place: Under what conditions?
Virtual room 4
08:45-10:15 Symposium 04 - Home and time in the experience of migration
Virtual room 5
08:45-10:15 Paper session REG-15 - Virtual reality technologies in P-E research
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08:45-10:15 Workshop 01 - Sense and sensibility: A time to reconsider the role of the senses in design and experience of users
Virtual room 7
08:45-10:20 YRW 04 - Living spaces (part 01)
Virtual room 8
08:45-10:20 YRW 05 - Schools and learning environments (part 01)
Virtual room 9
08:45-10:20 YRW 06 - Urban environment and citizen participation (part 01)
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10:15-10:30 Break: Discover a choice of activities
10:30-12:00 Paper session SYM-08 - Towards sustainable communities: Research, policy and communication
Virtual room 1
10:30-12:00 Symposium 02 - Time for food growing? Exploring relationships between food growing, wellbeing and sustainable environments over time
Virtual room 2
10:30-12:00 Intensive session (part 02) - Renovating school estates with "people in mind": the cases of Portugal, Belgium and Quebec
Virtual room 3
10:30-12:00 Symposium 07 - Do older adults have "the right" to age-in-the-right-place?
Virtual room 4
10:30-12:00 Paper session SYM-04 - Migration: Identity, attachment and inclusion
Virtual room 5
10:30-12:00 Symposium 13 - Using familiar, but diverse, methodologies to help people adapt to new technologies in contemporary environments
Virtual room 6
10:30-12:00 Workshop 02 - It's about time: Body conscious design
Virtual room 7
10:30-12:05 YRW 04 - Living spaces (part 02)
Virtual room 8
10:30-12:05 YRW 05 - Schools and learning environments (part 02)
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10:30-12:05 YRW 06 - Urban environment and citizen participation (part 02)
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12:00 Learn about Quebec - New Energy from Old Buildings
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12:00 Learn about Quebec - Returning the Saint Lawrence River to the Population: Recent Active Transportation Projects for Québec City
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12:00 Learn about Quebec - Living in Northern Quebec
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07:00-07:55 Network meeting 01 - Restorative environments
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07:00-07:55 Network meeting 02 - Environment and gerontology
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07:00-07:55 Network meeting 03 - Communication and technology & place
Virtual room 7
08:00-08:45 Keynote - Anne Vernez Moudon, University of Washington, United States
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08:45-10:15 Paper session SYM-17 - Proenvironmental behaviors: What triggers them... or not?
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08:45-10:15 Paper session REG-03 - Energy savings and waste reduction behaviors and attitudes
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08:45-10:15 Symposium 12 - Renovating public schools for future generations
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08:45-10:15 Symposium 09 - Autonomy and independence in urban environments. Between youth and old age, what inequalities and opportunities over life cycles?
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08:45-10:15 Paper session REG-05 - Transformation, regeneration, conservation and collective memory
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08:45-10:15 Paper session REG-04 - Green buildings and technologies
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08:45-10:15 Paper session SYM-05 - Studying change through time
Virtual room 7
10:15-10:30 Break: Discover a choice of activities
10:30-12:00 Symposium 17 - Sins of omission: "The environment's in trouble, but I'm not doing much to ameliorate the problem"
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10:30-12:00 Symposium 14 - Recovering the past to plan the future: Walkability as an alternative for sustainable mobility in cities
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10:30-12:00 Paper session SYM-12 - Schools environments, beyond the classrooms
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10:30-12:00 Paper session SYM-09 - Adapting the built environment to transition and change over the life-cycle
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10:30-12:00 Paper session REG-18 - Large scale and micro-scale approaches to studying P-E relations
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10:30-12:00 Paper session REG-11 - Biophilic design
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10:30-12:00 Symposium 05 - Long-term studies - Benefits and pitfalls
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12:00 Informal conversations about PES issues (mealtime or midnight snack) - Environmental hazard adaptation and pro-environment behaviors
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12:00 Informal conversations about PES issues (mealtime or midnight snack) - Urban sustainability: Research, projects and policies
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12:00 Informal conversations about PES issues (mealtime or midnight snack) - Towards diverse cities, inclusive of all age and sociocultural groups
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12:00 Informal conversations about PES issues (mealtime or midnight snack) - Place meaning, representations and attachment
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12:00 Informal conversations about PES issues (mealtime or midnight snack) - Open theme: jump in!
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12:00 Informal conversations about PES issues (mealtime or midnight snack) - Views on person-environment theory, methods and issues
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12:00 Informal conversations about PES issues (mealtime or midnight snack) - Open theme: jump in!
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07:00-07:55 Covid-19 forum 01 - Impacts of the pandemic on housing
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07:00-07:55 Covid-19 forum 02 - Promises from the digital world during/after Covid confinement
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07:00-07:55 Covid-19 forum 03 - Design and research during and after the pandemic
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08:00-08:45 Keynote - Sarah Foster, The Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University, Australia
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08:45-10:15 Paper session REG-12 - The human benefits of forest, biodiversity, and green spaces
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08:45-09:50 Paper session REG-02 - University campuses: Innovative methods for planning and design
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08:45-10:15 Paper session SYM-01 - Environmental experiences and child development
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08:45-10:15 Paper session SYM-06 - Housing choice and activity spaces along the life cycle
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08:45-10:15 Paper session SYM-03 - Representations, identity and place attachment
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08:45-10:15 Symposium 19 - Time, health and sustainability in work and life: New ways of working at universities, outdoors offices, and urban co-living
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08:45-09:50 Paper session REG-19 - Pre and post design evaluation
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10:15-10:30 Break: Discover a choice of activities
10:30-12:00 Paper session REG-10 - The restorative contribution of nature and built environments
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10:30-12:00 Symposium 18 - The role of lighting design for walking in urban settings
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10:30-12:00 Symposium 01 - Processes, practices & policies to promote the inclusion of youth in the public realm
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10:30-12:00 Symposium 06 - Intergenerational place-making: Addressing health and wellbeing for diverse communities
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10:30-12:00 Symposium 03 - Mental maps from collective memories, social relationships and social positions
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10:30-12:00 Paper session SYM-19 - Rethinking the workplace with wellness in mind
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10:30-12:00 Symposium 20 - Research methods' timeline: 50 years of people-environment studies
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12:00 Covid-19 forum 04 - Urban synchrony and proximity: Mobility and travel when pathogens go viral
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12:00 Covid-19 forum 05 - Environmental norms through covid perspectives
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12:00 Covid-19 forum 06 - Changes in building criteria integrating pandemic risk
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12:00 Covid-19 forum 07 - Life cycles and the city in an era of pandemic
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07:00-07:55 Network meeting 05 - Children, youth & environments
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07:00-07:55 Network meeting 06 - Place attachment
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08:00-08:45 Keynote - Fábio Duarte, MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, United States
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08:45-10:15 Symposium 11 - From mitigation to adaptation behaviors: Understanding resilience and its long-term challenges
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08:45-10:15 Paper session REG-13 - Upgrading large housing estates: Stakes and challenges
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08:45-10:15 Symposium 21 - Addressing youth incarceration: Trauma and decarceration in research and practice
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08:45-10:15 Paper session REG-07 - Expanding our knowledge concerning aging populations
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08:45-10:15 Paper session REG-14 - Urban behaviors and activity spaces
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08:45-10:15 Paper session REG-01 - Innovative places and concepts for work environments
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08:45-10:15 Symposium 16 - Re-conceptualizing architectural and urban design education through a people-centred, multidisciplinary integrative approach
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10:15-10:30 Break: Discover a choice of activities
10:30-12:00 Paper session SYM-11 - Environmental hazards, risk perception and policy implications
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10:30-12:00 Paper session REG-06 - Revitalization of precarious living environments
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10:30-12:00 Paper session REG-09 - How do school and education shape children?
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10:30-11:37 Paper session REG-08 - Home or care: What to favor in old age?
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10:30-12:00 Paper session REG-16 - Working at the metropolitan and regional scales
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10:30-12:00 Symposium 15 - Inhabitant photo-elicitation interviews reported to architects who designed a building
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10:30-12:00 Paper session REG-17 - Dwelling and building: Learning from architectural theory and practice
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12:00 Virtual Banquet: Dress up… or down
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