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Council has developed the Green Roofs, Walls and Facades Technical Guidelines for the Inner West.
The guidelines provide technical advice to support the installation of green roofs, walls and facades. It gives an overview of how to plan, design, build and maintain green roofs, walls and facades. Learn more on the council website
Learn about Junglefy’s initatives that are increasing urban biodiversity
One of the most important things that any of us can do for ourselves, those we love, people throughout the world, and the living systems that support us all is to connect with nature. Connecting with nature helps to bring us all peace and good health, and provides the foundation for resilient, healthy ecosystems, communities, and economies to thrive and remain for generations and generations to come.
Green building envelopes can help reduce the urban heat island effect, filter fine dust on the streets and reduce noise levels. Arup’s research report considers whether green building envelopes can improve our cities for their inhabitants.
Fraser Torpy1, Michael Zavattaro2, Journal of Living Architecture, Vol 5, No. 1, Pages 1-15
P.J. Irga1, N. Paull1, P.Abdo2, B.P. Huynh2, V. Avakian2, T. Nguyen2, F.R. Torpy1
Jane Tarran†, Fraser Torpy, and Margaret Burchett
John Daly1, Margaret Burchett2, Fraser Torpy2