A London-wide programme by Open-City looks to highlight solutions that show how to ‘design in’ sustainability
The Landscape Institute is lending its support to the Green Sky Thinking programme, which will run from 19-22 September, and will feature activities on a variety of sustainability-related themes hosted by built environment professionals, construction companies, developers, property owners and others – and is inviting everyone across the industry to get involved.
The event offers a platform to demonstrate work and expertise in sustainable design using talks, tours, workshops, displays and one-to-one consultations. Green Sky Thinking aims to give practitioners a platform to highlight to potential clients how they can help to embed sustainability in the everyday
Both small and large companies are invited to take part in the Green Sky Thinking Event, and to be included practitioners need to register on the Open-City website. Those taking part can plan their activities on one or more of the four days.
Paul Lincoln, director of policy and communications at the LI, said: “We’re delighted to be supporting Open City’s Green Sky Thinking. The project offers London-based practices a great chance to get involved in showcasing their work.”