This Couple Lives on a Small NYC Island in a Dreamy Green Apartment

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing. Name: Sarah Jackson, Gregory Jackson, and Rex Location: Roosevelt Island, Manhattan, NY Size: 650 square feetType of Home: Studio Apartment Years lived in: 1 year, renting My partner Greg … Read more

Strategic Green Spaces: How to Make the Most of their Cooling Effects

Strategic Green Spaces: How to Make the Most of their Cooling Effects Re-Defining of the Small Wild Goose Pagoda Historical District by AECOM. Image © Chill Shine Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/986249/strategic-green-spaces-how-to-make-the-most-of-their-cooling-effects Urban green spaces are considered one of the most appropriate and accessible ways to mitigate the effects of rising … Read more

Innovation in Sustainability is Driving Green Building Trends in the Construction Industry

Innovation in Sustainability is Driving Green Building Trends in the Construction Industry Green buildings can reduce negative environmental impact while conserving resources and improving quality of life . Image © Shutterstock Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983893/innovation-in-sustainability-is-driving-green-building-trends-in-the-construction-industry Global management consultancy McKinsey & Company in 2016 noted that the construction industry was ripe … Read more

The Green New Deal Superstudio Comes to the Sweetwater River Corridor – THE DIRT

Sweetwater River channel, National City, San Diego county / USFWS Pacific Southwest Region, Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) The Green New Deal Superstudio inspired thousands of planning and landscape architecture students around the world to envision better futures for underserved communities. With the goals of the Green New Deal Congressional proposal in mind, Kathleen … Read more

Evidencing the benefits of green space

Devastating actions over decades have degraded the systems that support our health and connect us with the “more-than-human world.” This has resulted in many of us becoming estranged from nature to the detriment of our capacities for pro-environmental behavior and even our quality of life. Beyond the imperative decarbonization, we also need to change cities … Read more

Green New Deal Projects Are What Landscape Architects Do Anyways – THE DIRT

“Renew Calumet” by Wrkshp/bluemarble By Wkshp/bluemarble The Green New Deal means designers can live up to their potential to address the wicked problems of our time. Landscape architects, planners, and architects may be familiar with the Green New Deal Superstudio, which was a call for designers to “spatially manifest” the Green New Deal, or to … Read more