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Domain: ‘Planting greenery on roofs can help improve air quality inside buildings: study’

Originally published in Domain by Jim Malo on 22 April, 2019 Covering the roofs of apartment and office buildings with plants can help improve the quality of air inside and lift property values, according [...]

Australia’s First Indigenous Rooftop Farm Opens

Australia's first Indigenous rooftop farm in now open at South Eveleigh. The visionary concept was developed by cultural start-up Yerrabingin in a collaboration with Mirvac. The 500sqm rooftop farm was officially opened by NSW [...]

Report: Integrating Plant Life into Building and Infrastructure Rating Tools

Commissioned by Hort Innovation Australia and developed by Edge Environment, the report has harnessed industry research and case studies to substantiate the benefits of urban greening and its contribution to a more sustainable built [...]

Yerrabingin and Junglefy Partner to Integrate Indigenous Design Thinking into Living Infrastructure Projects

Junglefy and Yerrabingin, are excited to announce a new partnership, working together on multiple living infrastructure projects to deliver Indigenous design-led thinking and positive community outcomes. Yerrabingin, is a visionary start-up that disrupts conventional approaches [...]

Sourceable: The Importance of Living Infrastructure in Schools

Originally published on Sourceable by Jock Gammon, 14 September 2018. Did you know that in 2017, there were more than 3.8 million student enrolled in 9,444 (public, catholic and independent) primary and high schools [...]

The Urban Developer: ‘A Jungle of Rooftop Greenery’ : Council Makes Green Roof Push

Originally published in The Urban Developer by Ana Narvaez, 11 September 2018 Developers will be encouraged to include rooftop gardens and communal space on new apartment projects under proposed changes to Brisbane’s City Plan. [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

‘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 [...]

Metro Tunnel Living Infrastructure Plan

As our cities face pressures of population growth, climate change and decreasing natural environment, the Victorian State Government has released the ‘Metro Tunnel Living Infrastructure Plan’ as part of their $11 billion Metro Tunnel [...]

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