The Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network was set up in 2013 as an interdisciplinary research network, interested in developing collaborative work in the Environmental Humanities throughout Scotland, the UK, and worldwide.

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  • Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation
    High School Yards
    EH1 1LZ

Art, Space and Nature Masters students have been looking at carbon and issues surrounding climate change as research towards this wide-ranging exhibition.

Two alumni were selected in the Student Dissertation and Student Portfolio categories.

  • Edinburgh College of Art Main Building, Board Room (L05)
    74 Lauriston Place
    EH3 9DF

Dr Jung-Hwa Kim will review recent master-plan projects of botanical gardens in the UK such as the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, and the National Botanic Garden of Wales.


A group of ESALA graduates have been awarded prizes for their outstanding work by the Landscape Institute Scotland.

Neil Cameron took a leap in the dark when he joined the first class of Landscape and Wellbeing - MSc in 2016. Neil shares his experience of the programme and how it allowed him multiple employment opportunities.

Ali shares her experiences of the programme to which she attributes her gaining employment within the social service sector in Scotland, focusing on knowledge exchange and service design.

A Mental Health and Wellbeing Week feature by Professor Catharine Ward Thompson.

In this article, we focus on Paloma Stott who graduated in 2014 with an MSc in Landscape Architecture with distinction and went on to win the Landscape Institute Award 2014 for Best Student Portfolio.


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Part of the Frictions ESALA Public Lecture Series 2020-21