Project to create wetland habitat – BBC

October 21, 2009,AEST

BBC NEWS reports Conservationists at the Skinflats RSPB sanctuary, near Falkirk, are preparing to allow sea water to flood the site. They hope to create saline pools and salt marshes, boosting the the number of birds and otters on the | Read More

6 storey high green wall installed in Pittsburgh

October 14, 2009,AEST

Green walls are becoming more and more common place in cities across the world. However, they are usually implemented as apart of a new architectural design rather than an existing building.  Until recently when a 2,380 square-foot, six storey high | Read More

Urban farming: the new city career

October 13, 2009,AEST

The State reports Tucked away in a three-acre former vacant lot in Rosewood between an empty warehouse and an industrial laundry is an odd sight: an organic farm and fish hatchery. From worm dirt up, architect Robbie McClam is creating | Read More

San Francisco tilts toward wind power

October 5, 2009,AEST

SFGate.com (San Francisco Chronicle) reports The two famous windmills in Golden Gate Park could soon have a lot of company as a broad array of city officials, business leaders and environmentalists push for streamlined, modern versions to spring up at | Read More

Low2No Competition winners announced

September 8, 2009,AEST

Images from the submission by ARUP (London, UK) – Sauerbruch Hutton – Experientia – Galley Eco Capital The Low2No Competition for an energy and innovation block in Jatkasaari, Helsinki, is shifting from ideas to implementation. The five international teams, selected | Read More

5,000 shared bikes for High-Tech Park in Shanghai

September 6, 2009,AEST

ZHANGJIANG High-Tech Park in Shanghai plans to make 5,000 rental bikes available by early-2010 to help workers in the park travel between the Metro Station and offices. The 150 bike rental stations will be positioned every 300 meters in the | Read More

Planting the landscape from 400 years ago

September 3, 2009,AEST

A stylised native woodland is being planted at Schwartz Plaza at New York University by George Reis, N.Y.U.’s supervisor of sustainable landscapes. The Manhatta project inspired Reis to propose the landscape using plants from before settlement of Manhattan. The design was | Read More

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