The Carbon Landscape – managing the impact of landscape architecture

The term ‘Carbon Landscape’ refers to the relationship between landscape architecture and the surprising negative carbon impact of design, implementation and management of public spaces and landscapes. It was coined by Landscape Architect and member of IFLA Advisory Circle, Craig Pocock.

You can read all about the work and circumstances which led to his work in this field in the excellent article by Landscape Aotearoa here.

The file below explains the concept and methodology

For more information see the dedicated website.