One of Singapore’s leading conservationists Dr Lena Chan discusses what it means for cities to be biophilic and reminds us that the best way to live sustainably is to reconnect with nature.
Two Griffith University researchers have been awarded a grant for research that will help cities predict and quantifying the benefit of similar green infrastructure for capturing atmospheric carbon.
There is a fresh call for groundbreaking temperature reduction targets to be set across western Sydney to tackle rising urban heat and turn stifling concrete jungles into green, liveable cities.
Pollution is a public health crisis that requires urgent attention in Hong Kong. For starters, the city needs more plants and must start taking advantage of the opportunities rooftops provide.
More businesses are turning to biophilic design to improve their workplace environments. This approach promises both aesthetic and productivity benefits
Leaving trees in the ground and planting new ones could help future proof new development sites against extreme heat
Milan is “going green” in a major way to fight against climate change and improve the quality of life of its 1.4 million citizens.
Unchecked sprawl has led to increased and deadly urban flooding across South-East Asia. In Bangkok, parks and green roofs are being used to help soak up rain during the annual monsoon and assist the city adapt to climate change.