In this edition of Friday Film, British green roof expert Dusty Gedge takes us on a tour of this 12 year old green roof designed to replicate the brownfield sites of London. The roof is awash in colors of...
News Bees buzzing at city haven:: "A wildflower haven created earlier this year beside one of the city's main roads is proving to be a blooming success for bees." Richard Mabey: in defence of nature writing:: "Not since John Clare lambasted Keats for...
News Nature and the City:: "If we are ever to reach the stage where we can value the benefits as ecosystem services, or design therapeutic landscapes, we need to understand what the benefits are and how they operate." A Wilder Way::...
News Experimental Landscapes: Alexander Felson on Ecology and Design:: A very interesting interview with "Alexander Felson, an assistant professor at Yale in both the School of Foresty & Environmental Studies and the School of Architecture, is a different kind of urban ecologist. In...
News Bringing natural life into buildings:: Eco-architect Dr Ken Yeang's attempts to introduce more nature into architecture are highlighted in this article. “Many buildings have been ‘de-natured’. Human beings have simplified and fragmented nature.” Loft ambitions: why green roofs are the future...
Today's Friday Film features an inside look at the New Wild Garden from the 2011 Chelsea RHS Flower Show designed by Nigel Dunnett filmed by Dusty Gedge. The garden features a great many elements for wildlife including a stone wall...