• New York’s rooftop farms provide fresh local produce – and help stop a sewage problem

      More than 36 tonnes of organic vegetables are grown every year on New York City’s rooftops. And the farms that produce them aren’t just feeding residents, they’re helping to stop sewage polluting the city’s rivers and cooling the city. Covering a total of 2.3 hectares (5.6 acres), the farms sit on top of three historic […]

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  • Asia’s first green-roofed bus initiative

      We’ve all heard of green-roofed buildings, but soon Singapore will take it a step further with green-roofed buses. Instead of conventional soil, plants are secured on a lightweight mat used for sky rise greenery for a soilless roof system. The aim of the three-month “Garden on the Move” study is to confirm that green […]

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  • Green buildings at Optima Camelview Village

    2019 trends in green roof and green wall design

    If you’re into green buildings, you cannot miss this article. The 2018 list of the most influential green roof and green wall design projects spans six continents and includes mixed-use apartment and high rise buildings, boutique hotels and even a city in China.  Links to the best in smart bioclimatic design, green roof plazas, terrace […]

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