Decompose The Glasgow
Effect: Pop-up Gardening
Conducted to help the condition of The Glasgow Effect better. We found out the phenomena was possibly heavily derived from the issue of people’s mental health in the urban environment.
With the question of ’How might we engage people who do not follow the community activities, and in so doing, improve people’s mental health who live in a deprived area of a city?’, carried out research focusing on Easterhouse in UK in an attempt to address the problem of The Glasgow Effect.
Aimed to enhance people's awareness of the importance of community-driven efforts.
Group work with four other GSA students