LI Awards 2021 Finalists Announced

2021 issue 4: Making COP26 Count

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Landscape Institute responds to government’s Net Zero Strategy

This week, the UK Government published its flagship Net Zero Strategy, outlining how it intends to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions across the UK by 2050. While there are some promising opportunities for our sector, the strategy lacks detailed policies for green infrastructure investment, writes LI Policy and Public Affairs Manager Theo Plowman

Making COP26 Count: Landscape Institute to join Glasgow climate summit in November

LI President Jane Findlay and Chief Executive Sue Morgan will be among the delegates at the crucial UN conference in November, where the LI will be championing the central role of landscape and green infrastructure in the global journey to net zero.

St Cuthbert’s Garden Village Greenway Landscape Competition – three finalists selected

Three finalists have been selected to go forward to the next stage of a competition to select an individual, or a team, to design a new Greenway and Park which will form the centrepiece of St Cuthbert’s Garden Village communities in the south of Carlisle.

Architects Benevolent Society widens eligibility criteria as furlough scheme closes

On 1 October 2021, the Architects Benevolent Society (ABS) widened its eligibility criteria to include all architectural practice employees and their dependents, giving a lifeline to non-practitioners and multidisciplinary professionals in need as the UK's coronavirus furlough scheme ends

Tackling climate change and biodiversity loss one landscape at a time: Landscape Institute Award...

The Landscape Institute has announced 73 finalists in this year’s LI Awards which celebrate the work of the landscape profession through categories such as Excellence in Tackling Climate Change and Biodiversity Conservation.

Recent blog posts

Good to Great – The Flywheel Effect

In his now classic book ‘Good to Great’, Jim Collins introduced the Flywheel Effect how incremental, accumulative improvements makes a company great. 

Thought pieces from UK LVIA practice: The IEMA Impact Assessment Outlook Journal

The eleventh edition of the Impact Assessment Outlook Journal features a series of thought pieces on landscape and visual impact assessment (LVIA) produced by landscape professionals, providing valuable insight into some key current LVIA topics

Design and build inclusive and sustainable water attractions

Enjoying our great outdoors has never been more important and water is unique and wonderful in its ability to enhance both rural and urban locations and to please and benefit all ages and abilities.

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