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

What is it to design the city? Find out on the Masters Advanced Landscape and Urbanism

Applications are open for the Masters Advanced Landscape and Urbanism. The Masters programme supports students to develop inventive and speculative approaches to the design of cities, landscape and territories. It promotes distinct design and research methods and the integration of new and innovative technologies to explore the complexity of contemporary cities, including issues of urban growth, climate change, globalisation and social inequality. The programme is designed … Continue reading What is it to design the city? Find out on the Masters Advanced Landscape and Urbanism

“Green Greenwich” named best in sector for sustainability

The University of Greenwich has won the prestigious Times Higher Education Award for Outstanding Contribution to Sustainable Development. The judges said that they chose the university from a shortlist “full of heavyweights” in recognition of the university’s “remarkable achievement” of “attaining and sustaining a standard that not just matches best practice elsewhere but introduces its own innovations”. They commended Greenwich’s “permaculture” change framework, developed by … Continue reading “Green Greenwich” named best in sector for sustainability