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Sydney Morning Herald – ‘Why plantscrapers are springing up across the globe’

Originally published in the Sydney Morning Herald by Greg Callaghan on 25 August 2018. One Central Park, Sydney You could be forgiven for imagining the striking towers of One Central Park on [...]

ABC News: ‘Green roofs for Australian cities would help reduce flooding and save on bills, study shows’

Extract originally published on ABC News, by James Hancock (20 May 2018) It's a bold vision for Australia's future. The grey roofs of city buildings transformed into a green canopy. City councils — including [...]

2019-06-05T14:44:45+10:00May 22nd, 2018|Categories: Green Roofs, Media|

Daily Telegraph: ‘Leading landscape architect: Sydney can learn from New York, Singapore on green projects’

Excerpt originally published in the Daily Telegraph, 11 April 2018 Talk is cheap and it's high time the State Government finally delivers more urban greening projects before Sydney loses its unique, world-class appeal, a leading [...]

2019-06-05T14:45:11+10:00May 21st, 2018|Categories: Media, Published Articles, Urban Greening|

QANTAS magazine: ‘Next big things’

Extract from the April issue: The walls have leaves Our city air comes with all sorts of added extras, some of which are not so beneficial to our health. What if you could treat and [...]

‘Turf wars: 13 reasons why you would install a green wall and 3 reasons why you might not’

Excerpt taken from original article in The Fifth Estate. By Dr Sara Wilkinson, UTS, 1 February 2018. One of the reasons we love green roofs and walls is their aesthetic. Having worked in Sydney [...]

‘Green walls come under attack’

Originally published in The Fifth Estate, by Cameron Jewell, 25 January 2018 Green wall advocates have hit back at an attack from a leading architect on the value of green walls, citing energy savings [...]

‘Missed opportunity’ for green roofs as Sydney’s apartment boom continues

By Lisa Visentin, originally published by The Sydney Morning Herald, 19 January 2018 ...The current apartment boom is likely to exacerbate what is known as the urban-heat island effect, where buildings and the surrounding concrete and [...]

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