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Landscape Journal Autumn 2021

Landscape Journal Autumn 2021

13 October 2021

Landscape is the quarterly journal of the Landscape Institute (LI), the chartered body for the landscape profession. The journal showcases the best in landscape design, management and thinking. It gives landscape professionals a broader view of the key issues facing the profession, while also equipping them with tools and knowledge to make them better at their jobs. But it's not just for professionals - by covering an exciting area of discussion and debate that affects all aspects of our lives, it is an informative read for anybody who cares about how we shape the world we live in.

In this special issue, Making COP26 Count, Charlotte Veal discusses "Creative research methods in the anthropocene" which examines the role of interdisciplinary creative methods in deepening our understanding of, and response to, the climate and biodiversity crises.

Maggie Roe and Helen Underhill discuss their involvement in the Water Security and Sustainable Development Hub; a five year project with the goal of investigating how water security coudl be improved for a more resilient future. 

Class of 2030: Learning net zero - Charlotte Veal

Collaborative research to support water security and sustainable development in Colombia - Maggie Roe & Helen Underhill