11. AJ Climate Champions with Hattie Hartman. 

In this second episode on landscape, we speak to Jo Gibbons of landscape practice J&L Gibbons whose wide-ranging work encompasses both the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden in Hackney and Walpole Park in Ealing, the setting of John Soane’s Pitzhanger Manor.

Gibbons explains why she won’t go near a project unless she’s involved from the outset and why today, diversity of planting is essential for biosecurity. A frequent external examiner, Gibbons bemoans the fact that there are so few landscape architects, while in architecture schools, architects too often design landscapes with minimal landscape tuition.

In a news roundup, co-hosts Hattie Hartman and George Morgan unpick the furore surrounding the Serpentine Pavilion’s carbon negative claims and the alarming findings of the latest Committee on Climate Change report.

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