Africa Journal of Landscape Architecture (AJLA) Journal 03 is out - Edible Landscapes
Africa Journal of Landscape Architecture (AJLA)
No one need go hungry in Africa. Traditionally people grew their own food in rural areas, but with urbanisation and specialisation of work, much of this knowledge has been lost. There has been a flickering renaissance in the form of permaculture and urban agriculture, but a lot more needs to be done, particularly in the face of climate change, where extended droughts can ravage the landscape and cause widespread famine. AJLA invited the submission of articles related to this topic, particularly on the role that landscape architects can, and have, played in creating ‘edible landscapes’.
Articles in this Issue
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Call for Submissions for AJLA Issue 04 entitled: Indigenous Knowledge Landscapes
The theme for the 4th issue, AJLA: 04 is ‘Indigenous Knowledge Landscapes’. The issue is planned for October 2022 and authors are invited to submit
abstracts by 12 August 2022 and full articles by 15 September 2022.