Text: Mathew Frith and Dusty Gedge
Photographs: Mathew Frith, Dusty Gedge, Gyongyver Kadas, Stephan Brenneisen, and Derek Brown.
Website: Derek Brown at Visualeze, London
Livingroofs.org would like to thank the following:
Pete Massini, Jill Goddard, James Farrell, Rachael Hill, John Newton, and Jamie Dean for their support in getting green roofs happening in London. Without their enthusiasm and energy over the past 7 years, our different approaches to green roofs might never have left the ground.
Peter Allnutt, Nick Ridout, Mark Harris and Dr Alun Rhys-Tarr from the green roof manufacturers and suppliers for their encouragement, commitment, and support.
Stephan Brenneisen in Switzerland who has been a real catalyst for much of our work on biodiversity and green roofs, and a joy to work with.
Green roofs are taking root in Sheffield, Groundwork Sheffield
Horniman Museum Article, Green Places Magazine
Green Places: dedicated to improving public space
Green Places covers the creation, management and use of public space ? from urban squares to country parks. It is the only publication to link all public space interests and its coverage transcends professional boundaries. As a result, the journal has a diverse readership including: green space managers, landscape architects, urban designers, artists and community groups. It reflects the latest thinking from all those who influence our public spaces, stimulates debate, and ensures best practice is shared widely. It is published by the Landscape Design Trust whose mission is to foster understanding and awareness of the landscape for the benefit of the environment and the community.
Planting Green Roofs and Walls, Dunnet, N, & Kingsbury, N, Timber Press, Oregon, 2004
Available from www.amazon.com
Building Green, Johnston, J & Newton, J, Greater London Authority, 2004
Available from the Greater London Authority
Green roofs; their status and potential for supporting biodiversity in urban areas, English Nature Research Report 498, English Nature, Peterborough, 2003.
The International Green Roof Journal, Published by the International Green Roof Institute, Sweden. See: www.greenroof.se
The Green Roof Infrastructure Monitor, Published by Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, Canada. See: www.greenroofs.org
CIRIA has launched its new website on incorporating green roofs green walls and other features into buildings. See: http://www.ciria.org/buildinggreener/
This website grew out of a number of activities and Livingroofs.org is grateful to the sponsorship of:
London Development Agency
Canary Wharf Group
People's Trust For Endangered Species
for their financial support for the Green Roofs and Biodiversity PhD, which this web resource is part of.
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