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Integrating plant life into building and infrastructure rating tools (Hort Innovation Australia)2019-03-28T14:36:40+10:00

Developed by Hort Innovation Australia and Edge Environment, the report collates research and case studies to substantiate the benefits of urban greening and its contribution to a more sustainable built environment.

Junglefy Planter Box Specifications 20192019-03-11T15:46:36+10:00

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Junglefy Plant List – Breathing Wall Specifications 20192019-03-11T15:46:42+10:00

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Junglefy Plant List – Green Facade Specifications 20192019-03-11T15:46:47+10:00

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Junglefy Green Roof Specification 20192019-03-11T15:46:52+10:00

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Junglefy Breathing Wall Specification 20192019-03-11T15:46:27+10:00

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Home to Us All: How Connecting with Nature Helps Us Care for Ourselves and the Earth (#NatureForAll)2018-11-27T16:23:30+10:00

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.

Cities Alive: Green Building Envelope (ARUP)2018-11-07T15:25:45+10:00

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.

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Cities Alive – Rethinking Green Infrastructure (ARUP)2018-11-07T10:39:36+10:00
Bench study of green wall plants for indoor air pollution reduction2018-11-07T12:04:28+10:00

Fraser Torpy1, Michael Zavattaro2, Journal of Living Architecture, Vol 5, No. 1, Pages 1-15

Reducing indoor air pollutants through horticultural biotechnology2018-11-07T12:33:21+10:00

Irga, PJ & Torpy, FR 2017

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The in situ pilot-scale phytoremediation of airborne VOCs and particulate matter with an active green wall2018-11-07T12:30:06+10:00

Pettit, T, Irga, PJ & Torpy, FR 2018, Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health.

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Measurement of air flow through a green-wall module2018-11-07T12:34:51+10:00

Abdo, PHuynh, BPAvakian, VNguyen, TT, Gammon, J, Torpy, FR & Irga, PJ 2016, Proceedings of the 20th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society, Perth.

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Developing the Junglefy Breathing Wall for Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Remediation2018-11-07T15:00:18+10:00

P.J. Irga1, N. Paull1, P.Abdo2, B.P. Huynh2, V. Avakian2, T. Nguyen2, F.R. Torpy1

Scientific Research Reports2018-11-06T15:30:12+10:00
Certificate of Currency – Public Liability2018-11-07T11:22:26+10:00
Certificate of Currency – Professional Indemnity2018-11-07T11:23:55+10:00
Certificate of Currency – NSW Workers Insurance2018-11-07T11:31:04+10:00
Certificate of Currency – Business Property2018-11-07T11:32:32+10:00
Future Cities: Planning for our growing population (Infrastructure Australia)2018-04-18T10:54:12+10:00
A Metropolis of Three Cities (Greater Sydney Commission)2018-04-18T10:52:44+10:00
Greener Places (Government Architect NSW)2018-04-18T10:47:59+10:00
‘Healthy Offices – Why Wellness is the New Green’ (The Fifth Estate)2017-09-25T10:30:20+10:00
Adapting to Climate Change: Green Infrastructure (AILA)2018-04-04T09:33:26+10:00
UTS Scientific Research Report2018-11-07T15:05:02+10:00
Junglefy Breathing Wall Infographic2019-02-05T13:57:38+10:00
Climate change adaptation for settlements and infrastructure – A risk based approach (Standards Australia)2018-11-07T10:41:43+10:00
Do indoor plants contribute to the aeromycota in city buildings?2018-11-07T12:03:21+10:00

Fraser R. Torpy, Peter J. Irga, Jason Brennan, Margaret D. Burchett, Aerobiologia, September 2013, Volume 29, Issue 3, pp 321-331.

Use of Living Pot-Plants to Cleanse Indoor Air – Research Review2018-11-07T12:16:37+10:00

Jane Tarran†, Fraser Torpy, and Margaret Burchett

Junglefy Breathing Wall Fact Sheet2018-04-12T16:15:11+10:00
Junglefy Breathing Wall Media Release2018-04-12T16:15:43+10:00
Growing Green Guide (State of Victoria, Department of Environment and Primary Industries)2018-11-07T10:42:45+10:00
Planning and Implementing Living Infrastructure in the Australian Capital Territory (Canberra Urban Regional Futures and University of Canberra)2018-11-07T10:43:55+10:00
Plants in the Classroom Can Improve Student Performance2018-11-07T12:36:55+10:00

John Daly1, Margaret Burchett2, Fraser Torpy2

Urban Green Space Interventions and Health (World Health Organisation)2018-11-07T10:56:52+10:00
FROM THOUSANDS TO BILLIONS (World Green Building Council)2018-04-04T09:34:13+10:00
Junglefy Capabilities Statement 20172018-11-06T15:07:52+10:00
Removal of Benzene by the Indoor Plant/Substrate Microcosm and Implications for Air Quality2018-11-07T12:12:36+10:00

Ralph L. Orwell, Jane Tarran, Ronald L. Wood, Margaret D. Burchett, Water Air and Soil Pollution 157(1):193-207 · January 2004.

The potted-plant microcosm substantially reduces indoor air VOC pollution: I. Office Field-Study2018-11-07T12:37:35+10:00

Ronald A. Wood, Margaret D. Burchett∗, Ralph Alquezar, Ralph L. Orwell, Jane Tarran And Fraser Torpy, Water Air and Soil Pollution 175(1):163-180 · September 2006.