Phytoremediation: Using Plants to Remediate Land
As architects delve further into sustainable design methods, the use of plants to remediate contaminated urban landscapes is growing.
Why Landscape Architecture Must Protect the Bee Population
Landscape architects have a role to play in the world's rapidly-dwindling bee population.
The Death of the Neighbourhood Tree
When I grow up I want to live on a beautiful, lush, tree-lined street. Lots of us do.
Does Anyone Hear When a Tree Falls in Our Suburbs?
In most suburbs across Australia’s cities, when a tree falls it is heard - and felt, and often blamed. It is then chopped up, removed, mulched...
The Value of Trees in Offsetting Carbon Emissions
Trees play a monumental role in reviving landscapes and decreasing carbon emissions.
Why Native Plants Are Crucial in Landscape Architecture
Using native plant species in landscape architecture helps to preserve the historic biodiversity of the area and the country.
Street Trees and Urban Parks Improve Air Quality
Urban trees and parks are a key part of the urban grid and landscape, but few are aware of the impact they can have on a...