The Living Architecture Monitor and Journal of Living Architecture
The Living Architecture Monitor delivers the most up to date news, interviews, case studies, and developments for the green infrastructure industry, as well as hosting the peer-reviewed Journal of Living Architecture (JLIV). Click the buttons below to jump to the desired section.
2019 Media Guide
News and Research
News and Research
New Board Members
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities is thrilled to announce some changes to the Board of Directors. After many years at the helm, Jeffrey Bruce, Jeffrey L. Bruce & Company LLC has stepped down as Board Chair, and will be succeeded by Matt Barmore, Greenrise Technologies Inc. Additionally, the Board of Directors will now be joined by Jeff Joslin, City of San Francisco. We thank Jeffrey Bruce for his years tireless service to the green roof and wall industry, and welcome Matt and Jeff to their new roles within the organization.
Matthew Barmore serves as Vice President at Greenrise Technologies, LLC a full-service green infrastructure firm out of the Nashville Metropolitan Area.
Jeff Joslin is Director of Current Planning for the City and County of San Francisco and was instrumental to the development and establishment of the San Francisco Better Roofs green roof amendment.
Journal of Living Architecture
March | April | May
Ad close: January 26
Art close: February 9
Special 20th Anniversary Commemorative Edition A look back at 20 years of industry development
Additional distribution Living Future unConference, Green Roof Symposia
June | July | August
Ad close: April 13
Art close: April 20
Biophilic Issue Highlighting how green roofs and walls are impacting human health, mental and physical wellbeing
Additional distribution StormCon
September | October | November
Ad close: July 6
Art close: July 13
Awards of Excellence Issue
Additional Distribution BOMA, GreenBuild, ASLA Conference, Green Infrastructure Summit
December | January | February
Ad close: October 10
Art close: October 17
Social Equity Issue Making the case for green roofs and walls, and how they can contribute to greater social equity and justice
Plus! Green Pages Membership Directory