CURRENT ISSUE

May 2019

FOREGROUND

Climate change has been at the top of the global news agenda lately and rightly so. From mass protests across Europe, Australia and the UK by the ‘Extinction Rebellion’ that saw parts of London brought to a standstill for more than a week, and an impassioned plea from Sir David Attenborough to act now and end climate change, ahead of the release of his new series ‘Our Planet’ on Netflix, it’s becoming more and more difficult to ignore the climate crisis that is affecting us all. In this month’s issue, we look at the issues Egypt is facing now and in the future due to climate change and explore how urban planners can design for the future to protect its citizens and prevent them from having to migrate and leave their homeland to survive.

Landscape Architect Jean-Claude Melone returns to Landscape as he continues to evaluate how sustainable his past projects have been. We also have exciting projects to showcase from the Singapore and India, as well as messages from local Landscape suppliers and architects.

FROM THE APRIL 2017 ISSUE OF LANDSCAPE MAGAZINE
FROM THE MARCH 2017 ISSUE OF LANDSCAPE MAGAZINE