How Green Infrastructure Can Contribute to Biodiversity

How Green Infrastructure Can Contribute to Biodiversity

One of the great things about green infrastructure is that it’s all about the creation of ‘living’ structures. Living green structures have the capacity to absorb pollution, cool and shade buildings, and even increase local biodiversity.

LiveWall Living Wall Blooms on Bloomington Parking Garage

LiveWall Living Wall Blooms on Bloomington Parking Garage

The new Monroe County Parking Garage in Bloomington, Indiana features a unique LiveWall® installation  filling five of the parking structure’s window openings with a variety of plants that bloom in shades of yellow, red, pink, purple, and green.

Sedum: The Workhorse of Green Roof Plants

Sedum: The Workhorse of Green Roof Plants

Sedum, the genera of plants that are probably growing on more green roofs and has more to do with driving the economic engine of extensive green roofs than any other. 

Transforming German Cities Into Organic Food Gardens

Transforming German Cities Into Organic Food Gardens

In Germany, cities are increasingly taking the task of producing organic products to a hyperlocal level.

Conceptual Towers Stand High Above Manhattan's Flood Line

Conceptual Towers Stand High Above Manhattan's Flood Line

If sea levels keep rising over the coming decades, where does that leave buildings located in coastal cities like New York City?