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LI Awards 2020 Online Ceremony

26 November 12:00 - 15:00
Organized by: Landscape Institute
Venue: , Online Event

Join us from wherever you are in the world for our first ever online LI Awards ceremony!


This year the Landscape Institute will be hosting an online edition of the 2020 LI Awards ceremony on 26 November. In light of the current pandemic, we want to keep everyone safe while celebrating the best of the sector.


Tickets to this event are FREE for everyone. With global access to the ceremony and more featured award categories than ever before, this will be our biggest and most inclusive celebration to date.


Join presenter Julia Bradbury (Countryfile, Britain's Best Walks) and special guests Rebecca Pow MP (DEFRA), Mairi Gougeon MSP (Scottish Parliament), LI President Jane Findlay and Dan Cook (LI CEO) for a unique online ceremony - fitting for a unique year!


Whether you’re watching from home, the office, or out in the field, tune in with your colleagues, teammates, friends and family to enjoy the festivities.


Continue the party into the After-Show Webinar, where designers Kate Orff and Juliet Sargeant will be joined by Jane Findlay and Dan Cook for a review of our 2020 winning projects.


Claim your FREE ticket to the LI Awards 2020 online ceremony today!


About the LI Awards 2020

The LI Awards are all about celebrating people, place and nature, and the myriad ways that landscape projects can connect them.


The transformative power of landscape is never more important than in times of crisis. The 2020 Landscape Institute Awards will do more than ever before to celebrate the exceptional contribution of landscape designers, managers, planners, researchers and more across the world.


Our sector is tackling the foremost challenges of our age. Through their everyday work, landscape professionals improve physical and mental health and wellbeing, promote sustainability, build resilience to climate change, and help address the biological diversity crisis.