Climate Activism issue of the Journal of the British Academy published

Local climate emergency declarations, innovative approaches to public art and the collective experience of loss during the COVID-19 pandemic can transform attitudes towards the climate crisis, according to new research published in the open-access Journal of the British Academy. Contributors to the latest special issue of the Journal – on climate activism – draw on multi-disciplinary research from across the humanities and social sciences to explore four different aspects … Continue reading Climate Activism issue of the Journal of the British Academy published

Whole Earth Fellowship

The University of Greenwich Sustainability Hub awarded Daisy Haywood, a Masters in Landscape Architecture student, a Whole Earth Fellowship to carry out a research project on a sustainability issue. Daisy’s project, London-Under-Sea, explores the future of London’s flood defences. She published a zine in time for the UN climate change conference in Paris, to initiate discussion about the role of landscape architects, architects and urban … Continue reading Whole Earth Fellowship

Landscape Architects Take Centre Stage in Climate Crisis

Last week the website Sourceable published an article highlighting the increasing importance of landscape architects to addressing the issues of climate change. They claim that ‘Landscape architects are integral in climate change mitigation and work with regional and national planning departments to implement strategies and mitigation designs.’ Check out the full article for more. Continue reading Landscape Architects Take Centre Stage in Climate Crisis