Tag: Biodiversity

A Site Visit to the IUCN

Green Landscape Journal: On Tuesday our group visited the site of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, or the IUCN. I was excited to hear that we’d be visiting the IUCN because it is an immense coalition of nonprofit organizations that has been the major player in the conservation of biodiversity, especially in Europe. I remember researching the organization’s work when designing an exhibition about biodiversity as an undergraduate.

Greening the Grounds – Landscape Architecture Project – Photo Gallery


Nine U.S. landscape architecture students will spend the first two weeks of August studying the grounds surrounding the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in Geneva and drafting a sustainable landscape design that can be phased in over five years. The students will work alongside three Swiss landscape architecture students, and under the guidance…