‘Beyond Biodiversity: Challenging the Biodiversity Dogma’: Published in Landscape Architecture Australia, No 133 (Feb 2012, p13-14), Joshua’s article challenging the dominance of the biodiversity reinstatement movement has since been reproduced online in various locations, including: architecture AU & scribd. Link to PDF here: LAA_Beyond-Biodiversity_p13-14.
Joshua presented at the Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab (VEIL) + Heart Foundation’s Food Sensitive Planning and Urban Design Workshop held in Adelaide on the 22 November 2011. VEIL & the heart Foundation have been doing excellent work on urban agriculture including a Food-sensitive planning and urban design publication and a food map.
Eating the landscape: Joshua presented a paper at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) National Conference in Brisbane on 13 August 2011. The paper was titled ‘Eating the Landscape: Aesthetic Foodscape Design and its Role in Australian Landscape Architecture’. The conference was themed ‘Transform’ and explored key issues such as Transforming urban landscapes; Transforming […]
‘Edible Public Spaces‘ was published in the online newspaper InDaily on 7 July 2011 (on page 7).
Joshua’s article Edible Public Spaces was published in The Conversation on 29 June 2011.
Joshua presented a peer-reviewed research poster at the inaugural agIdeas Design Research Lab, which asked the question “Where is design practice at today?”, held during agIdeas 2011 International Design Week in Melbourne, Australia. The research poster was titled “Aesthetic Foodscape Design Potential in Australian Landscape Architecture”. The inaugural agIdeas 2011 International Design Research Lab aimed […]
Why Should We Grow Food in Cities? What Needs to Change to Make it Happen? Joshua presented at the conference ‘From Plains to Plate‘ organised by Friends of the Earth Adelaide at the University of South Australia on the 10-13 February 2010.
‘Cities as Living Systems’ presentation for CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems team leaders: Based on the research of the Biocity Studio, Joshua was invited to present to CSIRO team leaders responsible for over 500 staff in the science and research areas of global warming, climate change and sustainable city making. More specifically, the presentation focused on how […]
“Joshua Zeunert’s essay Land Architect, has spurred many online discussions among landscape architects incited by his statement “the ‘scape’ is killing the profession”. In his essay Zeunert uses his biting wit to pose serious questions in a quasi-comical manner…” Marie Hermansson (shiftnscu). Joshua’s article titled ‘Land Architect’ published in kerb 17 under the theme Is […]