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Media Release: Breathing Wall installed in living infrastructure trial

(L-R) Councillor Masood Chowdhury, Campbeltown Council; Jock Gammon, Junglefy; Mayor Brticevic, Campbelltown Council. Photo by Campbelltown Council The Campbelltown City centre landscape is now even greener with the installation of a new Breathing Wall [...]

The Guardian: Air pollution linked to far higher Covid-19 death rates, study finds

Photo by Holger Link on Unsplash Originally published in The Guardian on 8 April 2020 by Damian Carrington Dirty air increases risk of respiratory problems that can be fatal for coronavirus patients. [...]

Travel Insider (QANTAS magazine) – ‘The Office’

Originally published in Travel Insider (QANTAS magazine) by Caroline Hawkins, February 2020 Contemporary spaces that reframe the way we work Originally built in 1988, the two-tower office building at 485 La Trobe Street in [...]

Organic Gardener: ‘Wall to wall green’

Excerpt taken from article originally published in Organic Gardener by Helen Cushing, February 2020 ... The green building revolution One Central Park, Sydney ‘Living infrastructure’ is the preferred name these days for [...]

Details magazine: ‘Has Greenwashing Stagated Sustainable Design?’

Originally published in 'Details' magazine, by Schiavello, May 2019 In the 1980s, environmentalist Jay Westerveld penned an essay criticising the hotel industry’s habit of placing placards in bathrooms encouraging guests to re-use their towels [...]

Media release: Breathing Wall will Improve Air Quality

Breathing Wall site at Campbelltown Station Artist's impression of the Breathing Wall Published by Campbelltown Council, 17 December 2019 Campbelltown commuters will be greeted by cleaner air and a greener [...]

Virgin Australia magazine: ‘Going Green’

Originally published in Virgin Australia magazine, by Samantha van Egmond on 1 November 2019 Workplaces and cities around the world are greening up in the name of greater wellbeing - and productivity. Cities are [...]

Climate change activism, food security and making space for pollinators in the urban landscape

By Jock Gammon, 31 October 2019 The demand for meaningful action to combat climate change and its effects is growing, and so is the pressure on government and industry worldwide to do more to [...]

Sourceable: Architecture Architects Strike for Climate Action

Originally published in Sourceable by Andrew Heaton on 20 September 2019 Firms related to the architecture, engineering and construction sector are set to join almost 2,000 companies, businesses and organisations around Australia who will [...]

The Fifth Estate: Market pulse – Junglefy, UTS, WA jobs and climate change

Originally published on The Fifth Estate by Tina Perrinotto, 3 September 2019 Eastern Distributor Breathing Wall trial Roundup of industry news: Junglefy general manager Suzie Barnett says the team is now at 35 [...]

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