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Journal of Landscape Architecture call for new editors

3rd August 2020
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The Journal of Landscape Architecture, produced by the European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools (ECLAS), … Read more

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Opportunities with Landscape Research journal team

23rd July 2020
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The Editorial Team for Landscape Research, published by Taylor and Francis and owned by the … Read more

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Sequel to the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Story: Challenges

4th July 2020
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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

25th June 2020
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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

24th June 2020
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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

4th June 2020
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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

28th May 2020
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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

27th May 2020
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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

21st May 2020
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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

14th May 2020
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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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