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Rewild My Street has been recognised by the following awards:


Rewild My Street is associated with the following projects:

  • Wild Ways: combining design research and behavioural science to develop strategies for community-based urban rewilding.

  • London Met Lab: Environment: working with community partners (eg Islington and Hammersmith & Fulham councils, and Liliesleaf Trust) to address the capital's environmental challenges through knowledge exchange.

  • Urban Rewilding Research Network: cross-disciplinary networking with academics exploring urban nature. 

  • Islington Greener Together: working with Islington Council, local community groups & consultant partners on 'Highbury Fields Play Street' pilot rewilding project.

  • Imagining The Post-Covid City: rethinking on how sustainable, resilient, liveable, and just cities can be built for urban futures that nurture human-nature relationships.

  • London National Park City: making the capital greener, healthier and wilder.


Rewild My Street is involved in the following events:



Rewild My Street has authored the following publications:

  • Moxon, Sian et. al., 'Wild Ways: a scoping review to understand urban-rewilding behaviour in relation to adaptations to private gardens', Cities & Health (06 June 2023):

  • Webb, Justin & Moxon, Sian, 'A study protocol to understand urban rewilding behaviour in relation to adaptations to private gardens', Cities & Health, 7:2, Special issue: Biophilic Cities, 273-281 (2023):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'Rewilding Islington' in Evidence Repository: Case studies, National Centre for Academic and Cultural Exchange (Autumn 2022):

  • Moxon, Sian, '"Rewild My Street": a model for biodiverse, community-led urban redevelopment.', in (eds. McVicar, Mhairi et al) Generosity and Architecture. Routledge, London (2022), Chapter 8:

  • Moxon, Sian, 'A design for life', Designer Magazine, pp.30-32 (July 2022):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'The best books on sustainable design', Shepherd (March 2022):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'London Met Lab: Environment launches knowledge-exchange talks', London First (15 December 2021):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'Managing Eco Anxiety', London Metropolitan University (16 November 2021):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'Rewild the Streets': Innovations from the Post-COVID-19 City Colab (August 2021):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'Rewild My Street' in (ed. Rodgers, Paul), What Design Research Does...' cards, AHRC (24 June 2022):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'Rewilding the Post-Covid City’, EURA Conversations, 27 (21 June 2021):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'Beauty and the beast: confronting contrasting perceptions of nature through design', The Urban Transcripts Journal, 4:1 (Spring 2021):

  • Webb, Justin & Moxon, Sian, 'A study protocol to understand urban rewilding behaviour in relation to adaptations to private gardens', Cities & Health (10 March 2021):

  • Moxon, Sian, ‘Designing for Wild Life: how can design enable city dwellers to cohabit with biodiversity?’, in Design Revolutions: IASDR 2019 Conference Proceedings, 2, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2, pp. 100-115 (2020):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'I'm dreaming of a green Christmas', London Metropolitan University (17 December 2020):

  • Moxon, Sian, '9 simple things you can do to help nature near you', TimeOut London (06 May 2020):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'Urban wildlife in the age of coronavirus', London Metropolitan University (30 March 2020):

  • Moxon, Sian, 'Rewild my Street!', Bumble, 3 (Autumn 2019), pp. 24-31:  

  • Moxon, Sian, 'Drawing on nature: a vision of an urban residential street adapted for biodiversity', City, Territory and Architecture, 6 (2019): 

  • Moxon, Sian & Jon, 'A wildlife vision for National Park Cities', Wildlife Gardening Forum (2017): 

Rewild My Street has featured in the following publications:

  • Tuke, Amanda, 'Greener Cities: A guide to the plants on our pavements', Pesticide Action Network (July 2023), p.13:

  • Tree, Isabella & Burrell, Charlie, 'The Book of Wilding: A Practical Guide to Rewilding, Big and Small', Bloomsbury (March 2023):

  • Litorowicz, Aleksandra, 'Moja Dzika Ulica [My Wild Street]', Miastozdziczenie, Fundacja Puszka [accessed 22 March 2023]

  • Khullar Relph, Natasha, 'Urban ‘Microrewilding’ Projects Provide a Lifeline for Nature', (30 January 2023): The Revelator

  • Kilbane, Simon & Roos, Phillip, 'City wild: how making space for nature might help achieve the sustainable and resilient city', in (eds. Allam Z et al) Resilient & Sustainable Cities, Elsevier, Chapter 23, pp. 427-440 (2023): 

  • Debcquet, G et al, 'Bringing nature into private urban housing: Environmental, social and food connections for urban resilience', (December 2022): Cities, 131

  • King, Simon (host), Pettorelli, Nathalie, 'How urban rewilding could boost wildlife and fight climate change', Naturespace with Haith's, Haith's, (21 October 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘London Met students to plant over 400 trees’ (21 October 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘Major grant for London Met rewilding research’ (17 October 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘Generosity and architecture’ (05 October 2022):

  • Kusuma Trust, 'Rewilding urban streets, gardens and homes' (04 October 2022):

  • Lawrence, John, 'Eco-friendly exhibitors generate a real buzz', The Archer (October 2022), pp. 1, 6-7:

  • Pettorelli, Nathalie et al., 'Rewilding our cities', ZSL (22 September 2022), pp. 24, 30:

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘Planted unearthed: London Met academic to explore urban rewilding on environmental design panel’ (07 September 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘“London Running Wild” sustainable design expert featured in Time Out magazine’ (22 August 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘London Met lecturer’s project featured in Designer Magazine’ (22 July 2022):

  • Kemp, Laura, ‘The Climate Crisis as an opportunity for hope, connection and creativity’ (11 July 2022): NCACE

  • Kim, Anna Marazuela, 'Culture, common wealth, civic agency', Local Government Association (27 June 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘Culture and collaborations on climate emergency’ (22 June 2022):

  • Wilkinson, Chiara, 'London running wild', TimeOut London (17 June 2022):

  • Webb, J et al, 'The barriers and facilitators to physical activity in people with a musculoskeletal condition: A rapid review of reviews using the COM-B model to support intervention development', Public Health in Practice (June 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘Ecological Dialogues: Perspectives on Art, Architecture and Design’ (24 May 2022):

  • Peters, Adele, 'How London plans to "rewild" the city', Fast Company (18 May 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘London Met supports UUK Climate Action campaign’ (28 April 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘London Met academic chooses top books on sustainable design’ (29 March 2022):

  • Davidová, Marie et al, 'Co-De|GT: The Gamification and Tokenisation of More-Than-Human Qualities and Values', Sustainability (23 March 2022):

  • Kilbane, Simon, 'Making space for wildness in Australian cities', Landscape Australia (17 March 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘Celebrating Green Week with postcards of a greener London’ (09 March 2022):

  • Miles, Ellen (ed.), 'Nature Is A Human Right: Why we're fighting for green in a grey world', DK (February 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘London Met students design new pavilion for the National Forest’ (19 January 2022):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘Wish you were here: A hopeful vision of London from the future’ (11 January 2022):

  • Aron, Isabelle & Wilkinson, Chiara, '4 things you can do right now to live a greener life', TimeOut London (13 December 2021):

  • Blake, Elly, 'Urban rewilding: The Londoners attracting wildlife to the capital through conservation projects', The Evening Standard (06 November 2021):

  • Litorowicz Aleksandra, 'nie tylko czlowiek czyli relacje miedzygantunkowe w miescie [Not only man: intersectional relations in the city]' , Bec Zmiana Foundation, (29 October 2021):

  • Davidová, Marie et al, 'Breathing Artifacts of Urban BioClimatic Layers for Post-Anthropocene Urban Environment', Sustainability (13 October 2021):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘Campaign launched to encourage bio-blitz’ (17 September 2021):

  • Catalano, Chiara et al, 'Smart Sustainable Cities of the New Millennium: Towards Design for Nature', Circular Economy and Sustainability (25 August 2021):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘The ecological benefits of green walls’ (13 August 2021):

  • Milan, Aidan, 'Climate change: What can I do? 13 everyday habits from carbon offsetting to vegan meals', Metro (12 August 2021):

  • Hailstone, Jamie, 'Are Living Walls The Key To Cooler Cities?', Forbes (23 July 2021):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘London Met highlighted in COP26 Universities Network’ (12 July 2021):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘Abundant green networks: reimagining our urban space’ (21 June 2021):

  • London Metropolitan University, ‘30 Days Wild’ (14 June 2021):

  • Davidová, Marie et al, 'COLreg: The Tokenised Cross-Species Multicentred Regenerative Region Co-Creation', Sustainability (04 June 2021)

  • London Metropolitan University, 'London Met rewilding project wins MIT prize' (05 May 2021):

  • Street, Emily, 'Research: Art & Rewilding' (09 April 2021):

  • London Metropolitan University, 'Lessons for cities worldwide' (12 March 2021):

  • London Metropolitan University, 'The nature of cities' (12 March 2021):

  • Verve TV, ‘Interview with Sian Moxon, Senior Lecturer, School of Art, Architecture & Design’ (19 February 2021):

  • Marie-Casas, Anna, 'How to design sustainable cities', Designerati (22 January 2021): 

  • Bartholomew, Emma, 'London Met students help "rewild" London', Islington Gazette (04 January 2021):

  • Green, Adam, 'Can cities rejuvenate biodiversity?', The Chronicle of Higher Education (October 2020):

  • Malik, Ciaran, 'Online architecture and engineering design tools' (accessed October 2020):

  • London Metropolitan University, 'London Met Lab - Environment: Meet our Challenge Champions' (23 September 2020):

  • London Metropolitan University, 'Greening London: celebrating the capital's first anniversary as National Park City' (14 September 2020):

  • Ross, Alex, 'Foxes in lockdown', SW Londoner (25 August 2020):

  • McEachran, Rich, 'The Green Homes Grant is a bad deal for you and for the climate', Wired (10 July 2020):

  • London Metropolitan University, 'Rewild My Street Makes London Wildlife Trust Pledge' (21 May 2020):

  • Matthews, Becky, 'Rewilding and Urban Conservation Projects in London', London Cheapo (11 May 2020):

  • Hanson, Kyra, 'How to Make Your Street a Haven for Nature with Practical Tips from Urban Rewilders', Candide Gardening, (07 May 2020):

  • London Metropolitan University, 'Rewilding the streets of London' (22 April 2020):

  • Anders, Ruth, 'It Could be a Jungle Out There!', The Archer (February 2020), p.5:

  • Hayden, Sonya, 'Are You Ready for the Wildest Garden Party Your Street has Ever Seen?', The Beckenham Barker, 1 (December-January 2020), p. 24:

  • Hanson, Kyra, 'Make London Greener: Rewild My Street', TimeOut London (15-21 October 2019), p. 18:

  • London Metropolitan University, 'Rewild My Street releases wildlife guide for National Park City' (08 August 2019): 

  • London National Park City, 'Where we live is a great place to start', Maker paper (July 2019), pp. 36-7 & supplement:

  • London Metropolitan University, 'Rewild My Street shortlisted for Sustainable City Awards' (24 May 2019): 

  • Smith, Phil, 'Reclaiming the wild', Village Raw (February/March 2019), p.32:

  • London Metropolitan University, 'Cass lecturer starts a nature revolution upon the streets of London' (01 November 2018): 

  • Fitch, Chris, 'London National Park City Foundation Launched', Geographical (03 October 2017):

  • London Metropolitan University, 'Cass lecturer’s project is part of Mayor of London’s environmental strategy' (26 June 2017):

  • London National Park City, 'Imagine London as a National Park City - in Art & Design' (20 June 2017):

  • Solender, Hazel, 'Can London be the world's first National Park City?', Ecophiles (20 June 2017):

  • Fulcher, Merlin, 'Revealed: Winning ideas in contest for London National Park City', The Architects' Journal (19 June 2017): 

  • Clearly Magazine, 'Contest reveals seven visions for London as a National Park City' (22 June 2017):

  • Brown, Matt, 'How to fill London with nature', The Londonist (June 2017): 

  • Sterry, Melissa, 'London National Park City', Bionic City (June 2017): 

  • Made in Shoreditch Magazine, 'Visionaries imagine what a London National Park City could look like' (June 2017):

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