Following a UNSW Newsroom article here, Josh was interviewed by Jarred Cross on 2SER Mornings here, by John Stanley and Ben Malouf for 2GB’s Food and Wine Show on 28 September, and by Lindsay Campbell for Modern Farmer here, to talk about why our public spaces need to become more edible.

Josh became the first landscape architect and one of only several staff in the Faculty of Built Environment to be awarded a Scientia Fellowship at UNSW. A primary goal of the Scientia Program is to “enhance UNSW’s research performance by attracting and retaining exceptional researchers, with outstanding track records”. The four-year term provides Josh with […]

Josh became the first landscape architect to receive a prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA). The aim of this three year project is to forecast probable and plausible scenarios for Australia’s agricultural landscapes to 2050, and to help ensure that Australia’s food supply landscapes and systems remain intergenerationally viable. An […]

Josh’s and Tim Waterman’s edited book, the Routledge Handbook of Landscape and Food (published by Routledge, London, 2018) was awarded a 2019 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) NSW award in the ‘Research, Policy and Communication’ category. The awards jury citation states: It’s hard not to be impressed by the sheer volume of work involved in […]

Josh’s book Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sustainability: Creating Positive Change Through Design has received three awards and a shortlisting since its release in 2017. These include two Excellence Awards by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects in Research and Communication, one at a state level (AILA – Victoria) and also the highest category honour at […]

Josh co-authored a book chapter titled ‘The Role of WSUD in Contributing to Sustainable Urban Settings’ which is included in the edited volume Approaches to Water Sensitive Urban Design : Potential, Design, Ecological Health, Economics, Policies and Community Perceptions. The chapter argues that to act more sustainably, applications of WSUD in suburban and city settings […]

Joshua provided the opening keynote at the South African Institute of Landscape Architecture (ILASA) bi-annual conference in the spectacular World Heritage listed Drakensburg mountain park region on 13th August, 2018. The conference was themed ‘Landscape: Medium for Connectivity’. Joshua presented research distilling 750 projects through a proposed framework of ‘multidimensional sustainability’. His findings indicate that […]

Joshua and colleague Tim Waterman have completed editing a 40 chapter book, The Routledge Handbook of Landscape and Food (Routledge, London). Taking over three years to compile, the 40 chapter, 340,000 word volume includes 53 contributors from across the globe. Allen S. Weiss describes it as “an exemplary interdisciplinary volume of great topical scope and […]

Josh featured on radio in June and July, discussing his two books with two gems in landscape architecture and radio, Dr Jo Russell Clarke and Jennifer Dearnaley. Firstly, he appeared on Saturday 17th June with Jo for the radio show Gastronaut on Radio Adelaide, speaking about key food urbanism themes revealed in his forthcoming edited volume The […]

Joshua’s book, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sustainability: Creating Positive Change Through Design, has been released by Bloomsbury Publishing on 12 January 2017. The book includes over 200 projects from Turenscape, West 8, James Corner Field Operations, Reed Hilderbrand, Hargreaves Associates, Latz + Partner, Taylor Cullity Lethlean, McGregor Coxall, Peter Walker Partners, Dirt, Ten Eyck Landscape […]