Future Experiences | Wee-Green
A Service Which Aims to Bridge the Green Gap within Glasgow
The Green Gap | The year is 2032, with the rise of biophillic mindsets, Glasgow city have implemented plans through and around the city to become more ‘green’. City planning has led to green gaps occurring between households…citizens feel behind as their access/affordability to green means that their interiors do not reflect exteriors and social isolation begins.
Wee-Green is a consultancy which works for inclusivity, access and equality for green access among citizens in biophillic cities.
Working to rethink and apply adaptive and subtle artefacts within household’s interiors – Wee-Green ensures natural micro-environments have space, prominence and equality again on Earth – providing them with elements to thrive.
Making the natural environment tangible and accessible will form a nature connectedness bond, transforming human perspectives to appreciate, respect and care for the natural environment – trickling into surrounding natural environments as well.
Having an environment-centered focus throughout my research, I identified that humans are the facilitators for societal change to see themselves as equals to the natural environment, rather than accessors to deplete its resources (like they have done for centuries). So to transform human perspectives, I strived to create change through nature connectedness. This key relationship will ensure thriving conditions for environmental health, and in return, human health will thrive in conjunction.