Posts Tagged: environment

Joe Higson

Drawing Mills Many of the waterways that flow through London have been forgotten and neglected. The events and activities that once kept us connected to rivers have been lost, meaning that we have become ignorant even of their existence. By

Joe Higson

Drawing Mills Many of the waterways that flow through London have been forgotten and neglected. The events and activities that once kept us connected to rivers have been lost, meaning that we have become ignorant even of their existence. By

Annie Bowers

Urban Escapes Over 50% of the world now lives in an urban settlement, and there are many social, economic and environmental benefits to this. However, people who live in cities may be missing out on much that nature has to

Annie Bowers

Urban Escapes Over 50% of the world now lives in an urban settlement, and there are many social, economic and environmental benefits to this. However, people who live in cities may be missing out on much that nature has to

Joe Higson

Cities can be thought of as living machines with metabolisms. Viewing them as living draws attention to the availability of energy and materials which society is constrained to. Rivers are a component to these urban bodies and are rich in

Joe Higson

Cities can be thought of as living machines with metabolisms. Viewing them as living draws attention to the availability of energy and materials which society is constrained to. Rivers are a component to these urban bodies and are rich in