Washington DC Develops Multiple Initatives in Support of Living Architecture

Washington DC Develops Multiple Initatives in Support of Living Architecture

As of 2017, there are currently more than 3 million square feet of green roof in Washington DC. The rise in green roofs in DC can be attributed to the city's rigorous stormwater regulations and grant programs.

Blurring the Border Between Urban Development and Nature

Blurring the Border Between Urban Development and Nature

Generous Cities Summit at ASU discusses urban biomimicry that would balance the effect of development on nature

The Meadoway: Hydro Corridor to Become 16-kilometre Park Connecting Toronto and Scarborough

The Meadoway: Hydro Corridor to Become 16-kilometre Park Connecting Toronto and Scarborough

A new environmental initiative spearheaded by the city will transform 16 kilometres of hydro corridor in Scarborough into one of Canada’s largest urban linear parks.

Turning Cities Into Sponges: How Chinese Ancient Wisdom is Taking on Climate Change

Turning Cities Into Sponges: How Chinese Ancient Wisdom is Taking on Climate Change

How does a city cope with extreme weather? These days, urban planning that doesn’t factor in some sort of catastrophic weather event is like trying to build something in a fictional utopia.

Biodiversity Net Gain – Making it Real

Biodiversity Net Gain – Making it Real

Claire Wansbury and Dr Kate Vincent (Atkins) take a look at what a commitment to biodiversity net gain may actually look like for an individual developer (Redrow Homes)