Journal of Landscape Architecture call for new editors

The Journal of Landscape Architecture, produced by the European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools (ECLAS), is seeking two new editors: Review Section Thinking Eye For more details on each role and how to apply, click here. Deadline for applications is 1 November 2020.

Opportunities with Landscape Research journal team

The Editorial Team for Landscape Research, published by Taylor and Francis and owned by the Landscape Research Group (LRG), is seeking to appoint two roles for a period of three years: Social Media Editor (new role): will support the Team’s social media and communications strategy, which sits alongside the broader ambitions of the LRG. Book […]

Sequel to the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Story: Challenges

By Jim Russell, Associate at the University of Tasmania’s School of Geography and Environmental Studies. His background article on the Noosa Biosphere Reserve (NBR), consisting of the 1,500km2 Noosa Shire and extending three km offshore, can be found in Landscape Research Extra 85. A major milestone for the Noosa NBR was approval in 2019 of […]

Covid thoughts: Cairo’s dilemma

This blog series is a space to share thoughts and musings arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, and its impacts on current and future landscapes. This piece is submitted by LRG member Merham Keleg, a PhD Student looking at placemaking in relation to green infrastructure in the rapidly growing cities of the Global South. She is […]

LRG welcomes new trustees in 2020

Following our online Annual General Meeting on 18 June 2020, we would like to welcome three new Trustees to our Board of Directors. We are also extremely grateful for the time and contributions our three outgoing Trustees have made to LRG, over a period of several years. Thank you all, Laurence Le Du-Blayo, Markus Leibenath […]

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

This blog series is a space to share thoughts and musings arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, and its impacts on current and future landscapes. This piece is submitted by LRG’s new chair of Trustees, Tim Waterman, a landscape architect and theorist whose research explores the interconnections between food, taste, place, and democratic civil society. He […]

Covid thoughts: Changing soundscapes in the Cairngorms

This blog series is a space to share thoughts and musings arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, and its impacts on current and future landscapes. This piece is submitted by Sarah Hobbs, LRG’s Membership & Communications Manager. The village is empty and the woods are full. Of people, who are noticing they are not the only […]

LRG welcomes new Chair of Trustees

A message of introduction from LRG’s new Chair of Trustees, Dr. Tim Waterman, elected at our last trustee meeting on 18th May. Tim is Associate Professor in Landscape Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, UK. I am pleased and honoured to take up the role of Chair of the Board of Trustees of […]

Covid thoughts: Our urban landscapes as critical infrastructure

This blog series is a space to share thoughts and musings arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, and its impacts on current and future landscapes. This piece is submitted by Dhanya Rajagopal, a graduate of the Pratt Institute’s Urban Placemaking programme, and who works for the Design Trust for Public Space in New York. As countries across […]

Covid thoughts: Reopening public green places

This blog series is a space to share thoughts and musings arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, and its impacts on current and future landscapes. This piece is submitted by Ed Wall, who teaches the design of landscapes and cities in London and Milan. He previously worked as an urban designer in New York City before being […]