Opinion

A Critical Review of Twenty Years of Green Roof Plant Research in North America

A Critical Review of Twenty Years of Green Roof Plant Research in North America

In this Special 20th Anniversary issue of the LAM, I am going to reflect on the state of plant research over the past 20 years: how it started, what's been accomplished, and what the future holds.

Protecting Our Green Infrastructure in the Southwest

Protecting Our Green Infrastructure in the Southwest

Greater scarcity and unreliability of supplies may be our new normal, which means that greater cooperation is critical to the future capability of our watersheds to meet our needs, both burgeoning urban demands and the traditional uses of agriculture, mining and power.

Between the Rows: Finding Sustainability in New Places

Between the Rows: Finding Sustainability in New Places

The growing interest in providing plants to purify the air and lower carbon dioxide shows me that people are reacting to climate change and thinking about the benefits of plants to us individually, and to our planet.