Mapping injustice/cultivating justice. A comparative analysis of critical gardening and environmental injustice in Brussels and Rome

01 April 2013 → 31 January 2014
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Humanities
    • Art studies and sciences
    • Landscape architecture
  • Engineering and technology
    • Landscape architecture
global cities Rome environmental justice Brussels critical gardening
Project description

The main purpose of the research project is to analyse the actual and potential impact of collective urban gardening in counteracting environmental inequalities and in linking academic research on the most pressing contemporary political and social issues (particularly in the area of urban studies) to the practical engagement in material and daily ‘planning and planting’ practices in the urban context.