Professor & Dept. Head of Landscape Architecture
Harvard Graduate School of Design
Niall G. Kirkwood is a Professor at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University and is founder and current Director of the Center for Environment and Technology, (CTE) a research, advisory and executive education initiative at HDS and focused on international research, outreach and executive education on post-industrial land.
Kirkwood's research on global brownfields is currently carried out on sites in Northern Ireland, Netherlands, Israel, Mexico and Korea.
is the author of numerous publications including:
'Manufactured SItes: Rethinking the Post-Industrial Landscape (London: EF Spon, 2001) and Why is there Underdevelopment of Housing in Brownfields Redevelopment? (Joint Center for Housing and Urbanization: Harvard Design School
and Kennedy School of Government
He served as a Resource Specialist to the Mayor's Institute for City Design on Brownfields, 2000; he was a Member of the Professional Advisory Committee on the End-use of Fresh Kills Landfill, Staten Island; and was a NAOIP Distinguished Fellow for 2003.