Our policy focus
Our Policy and Communications Committee guides work such as developing position statements and responding to government consultations
Skills and workforce research
The Landscape Institute published Skills for Greener Places in December 2022 – the result of an industry-wide assessment of skills and workforce issues amongst the wider landscape economy.
Nature delivers countless benefits to human health, wellbeing, and society. But biodiversity is in decline. The Landscape Institute has declared climate and biological diversity emergencies to re-energise the landscape sector’s response to these global crises. Gathered here is all information, commentary, policy, and technical documentation from the LI on the urgent matter of biodiversity loss
The Landscape Institute has declared climate and biological diversity emergencies to re-energise the landscape sector’s response to this global crisis. Gathered here is all information, commentary, policy and technical documentation from the LI on the urgent matter of climate change
Green infrastructure (GI)
Find out why nature within and between our towns and cities, our GI, is vital to our sustainable future
The Landscape Institute’s landmark publication, Greener Recovery: Delivering a sustainable recovery from COVID-19, puts landscape at the heart of the UK’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic – exploring how we can restart the economy while addressing entrenched health inequalities and tackling the ever-accelerating climate crisis.
High Streets Task ForceThe High Streets Task Force The Landscape Institute (LI) is one of four professional bodies participating in the High Streets Task Force: a consortium of organisations helping to revitalise England’s high streets and town centres by providing training, guidance and data to the people who make them. Through the Task Force, a register of experts, [...]
There is increasing recognition of the vital role played by high quality landscapes on public health and wellbeing
Responding to a diverse range of government consultations and parliamentary select committee inquiries are crucial ways for us to influence policy