The University of Canterbury (UC) has discovered green-planted roofs do not need to be irrigated in winter or summer to thrive.
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Dave MacKenzie, horticulturist and product developer, created a 1400 square foot living work of art using plants as the paint and the LiveWall system as his canvas.
King County and the city of Seattle have agreed to invest in major upgrades to local sewage and combined stormwater collection, piping and treatment under settlements with the Department of Justice and the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA.
Plants on the roof? A gable garden? What the heck is going on?
The University of Canterbury (UC) is investigating the benefits of green planted-roofs for the New Zealand built-environment.
Have you ever walked in a park between old industrial buildings getting a scent of the industrial era, while having a thousand things to explore?