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Junglefy is 10

Ten years and millions of plants later... (L-R) Jon Kingston, Wayside Chapel; Scott Ibbotson, Turf Design; Indira Naidoo, presenter & author; Emma Bowen, Pocket City Farms It's not every day your business [...]

Junglefy’s BBM Youth Awards Scholar

Marcello Galuppo, one of Junglefy's Horticulture Technicians at One Central Park, has received an Innovation Scholarship from BBM to further his career in Italy. Marcello, will work with living infrastructure leaders, Stefano Boeri Architetti [...]

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 [...]

What people want from their workplace

These days it seems that most companies have a corporate wellness program in place, but when it comes to creating workplaces that staff love, are the eggs being placed in the wrong basket? [...]

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 [...]

LFIA and Junglefy to drive uptake of Biophilic Design in Australia

Junglefy have become the Principal Partner of the Living Future Institute of Australia’s (LFIA) Biophilic Design Initiative. Instigated by the International Living Future Institute with the establishment of a map of real-life examples, an [...]

SMH: Walls that breathe: the startups adding colour to concrete city towers

Originally published on Sydney Morning Herald by Emma Koehn, 24 June 2019 Manly Vale car park Last year Jock Gammon added "breathing" walls to a concrete carpark and now he has his [...]

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