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Sequel to the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Story: Challenges

A follow-up article on challenges for the Noosa Biosphere Reserve, focusing on landscape justice issues: sustainability, and dispossessed communities.

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Covid thoughts: Cairo’s dilemma

A blog series sharing thoughts on the Covid-19 pandemic and its impacts on current and future landscapes.

This piece is by Merham Keleg.

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LRG welcomes new trustees in 2020

We’re very pleased to welcome three new trustees, in the Netherlands, UK and the USA.

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Covid thoughts: During and after the pandemic, our streets need more democracy

A blog series sharing thoughts on the Covid-19 pandemic and its impacts on current and future landscapes.

This piece is by Tim Waterman.

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Covid thoughts: Changing soundscapes in the Cairngorms

A blog series sharing thoughts on the Covid-19 pandemic and its impacts on current and future landscapes.

This piece is by Sarah Hobbs.

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LRG welcomes new Chair of Trustees

A message of introduction from LRG’s new Chair of Trustees, Dr. Tim Waterman, and his approach and focus for LRG going forward.

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Covid thoughts: Our urban landscapes as critical infrastructure

A blog series sharing thoughts on the Covid-19 pandemic and its impacts on current and future landscapes.

This piece is by Dhanya Rajagopal.

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Covid thoughts: Reopening public green places

A blog series sharing thoughts on the Covid-19 pandemic and its impacts on current and future landscapes.

This piece is by Ed Wall.

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Final issues of Landscape Research Extra published

Our publication Landscape Research Extra (LRE), edited by Bud Young since its inception in 1988, has published its final two issues this week. LRE 89 and 90 are available to read online here.

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Virtual event June 2020: call for submissions

A call for stories, ideas and case studies for our first global webinar on 18th June.

The theme is: what does landscape justice look and feel like in the face of rapid environmental change?

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