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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: Gawler Place Transformation Now Complete

Artist's impression of Gawler Place (by City of Adelaide) Published by City of Adelaide, 17 December 2019 The City of Adelaide’s Gawler Place upgrade has now been completed, creating a high-quality, people-focused street connecting [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Sourceable: Indoor Air Quality – The Science and the Low-Hanging Fruit

Originally published on Sourceable, by Jock Gammon, 8 May 2019 In school, we learnt the role trees and plants have in producing the oxygen we breathe. We came to understand that forests do more than [...]

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