Talking Architecture & Design

Episode 57: Christian Hampson, Co-founder and Director of Yerrabingin, on urban rooftop farms, Indigenous bushfire mitigation & sustainability

October 09, 2020 Architecture & Design Season 4 Episode 57
Talking Architecture & Design
Episode 57: Christian Hampson, Co-founder and Director of Yerrabingin, on urban rooftop farms, Indigenous bushfire mitigation & sustainability
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Talking Architecture & Design
Episode 57: Christian Hampson, Co-founder and Director of Yerrabingin, on urban rooftop farms, Indigenous bushfire mitigation & sustainability
Oct 09, 2020 Season 4 Episode 57
Architecture & Design

Christian Hampson is a Woiwurrung and Maneroo Aboriginal man interweaving Indigenous tacit knowledge and collaborative design thinking to walk a new path, away from conventional approaches, and create new opportunities for intergenerational capital to allow future Indigenous generations to thrive.

As the co-founder and Director of Yerrabingin, Hampson, who is also an Ambassador for the 2020 Sustainability Awards talks about the need for more rooftop farms in urban environments and how Indigenous knowledge can be used far more effectively for bushfire mitigations and control.


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Christian Hampson is a Woiwurrung and Maneroo Aboriginal man interweaving Indigenous tacit knowledge and collaborative design thinking to walk a new path, away from conventional approaches, and create new opportunities for intergenerational capital to allow future Indigenous generations to thrive.

As the co-founder and Director of Yerrabingin, Hampson, who is also an Ambassador for the 2020 Sustainability Awards talks about the need for more rooftop farms in urban environments and how Indigenous knowledge can be used far more effectively for bushfire mitigations and control.