Recent case studies.
November GRA News 2016
The 5 best case studies for Green infrastructure
The AILA 50th Anniversary will be celebrated at the 2016 International Festival of Landscape Architects in Canberra on 27 - 30 October Go to the website for more http://www.aila.org.au/imis_prod/NIMBY/Not_In_My_Backyard/NIMBY/Overview...
“Green roofs” were used by our ancestors in ancient times. For example, in Scandinavia and Central Asia the roofs were covered by grass and moss in order to achieve heat insulation and to provide water flow. In 20th century roof gardens gained special development and popularity in the USA and Europe. This article will tell you how and for what purposes they are used.
Architects, property developers and property owners often ask a variety of questions, including how the planning scheme affects the design of green roofs, what local government planners value in green roofs, which councils welcome green roofs, how the Civil and Administrative Tribunal views green roofs and what it values in them.