Green for Victory: Parks and the wild

Autumn 2020

With almost 50% green cover and as many trees as people, London is statistically the greenest major city in the world. Yet Londoners desperately lack access to nature, and we find ourselves in a mounting green space crisis. Green for Victory explores the discrepancy between the stats and the stories.

Through data, walking and talking with the people of Richmond Park, we tackle London’s fractured relationship with nature and its lack of a sufficient natural value system - taking up arms for a systemic revaluation of our urban parks.