A future of our own making: What does landscape justice look and feel like in the face of rapid environmental change?
18th June 2020
2.30-4pm BST, online via Zoom
Call for stories, ideas, case studies
We’d like to invite you to participate in LRG’s first global webinar and AGM, exploring rapid environmental change through a lens of landscape justice; bringing together imagination, research and practice to look at new ways of seeing, living and working.
By examining power structures, case studies and social imaginaries, we will go some way to explore what landscape justice might look like and feel like in everyday life, how it might affect livelihoods, and how we respond to our rapidly changing places.
We invite applications for informal Pecha-Kucha think-pieces on the event theme, presenting a question, a thought, a case study or piece(s) of work. Pecha-Kucha is a visual method of storytelling, sharing 20 image of 20 seconds each, so each presentation is shorter than 7 minutes.
Presenters will share live (or recorded if you prefer), with a short Q&A to end the event.
Deadline for submissions 1st June.
Click here for more information, and to submit your ideas (Word document; 50KB).
To attend this online event, register for a free ticket here.
We are also looking for two new trustees to join our Board, who will be elected at the AGM, so do consider joining our team from around the world.
Acknowledgements: Event title adapted from the writings of Tiffany Kaewen Dang. Image of caves in China © Tom Banks.