Green infrastructure insights and discoveries

3 AUGUST 2019

We’re excited to share new ways to protect remnant ecosystems in urban areas, including South-eastern Australia’s grass lands – Australia’s most endangered ecosystem – and more insights from our latest publications.

Bugnot AB, Hose GC, Walsh CJ, Floerl O, French K, Dafforn KA, Hanford J, Lowe EC, Hahs AK (2019) Urban impacts across realms: Making the case for inter-realm monitoring and management. Science of the Total Environment 648: 711-719

Frantzeskaki N, McPhearson T, Collier M, Kendal D, Dumitru A, Bulkeley H, Walsh C, Noble K, van Wyk E, Pinter L, Ordóñez C, Oke C, Elmqvist T (2019) Nature-based solutions for urban climate change adaptation: Linking the science, policy, and practice community for evidenced based decision-making. BioScience 69: 455–466

Marshall AJ, Williams NSG (2019) Communicating biophilic design: Start with the grasslands. Frontiers in Built Environment 5.

Ordóñez et al. (2019) Developing performance indicators for nature-based solution projects in urban areas: the case of trees in revitalized commercial spaces. Cities and the Environment (CATE),

Soanes K, Sievers M, Chee YE, Williams NSG, Bhardwaj M, Marshall AJ, Parris KM (2019) Correcting common misconceptions to inspire conservation action in urban environments.  Conservation Biology 33(2):300-306.

Somerville P, Farrell C, May P, and Livesley S (2019) Tree water use strategies and soil type determine growth responses to biochar and compost organic amendments. Soil and Tillage Research 192: 12-21 Zhang Z, Szota C, Fletcher TD, Williams NSG, Farrell C (2019) Green roof storage capacity can be more important than evapotranspiration for retention performance. Journal of Environmental Management 232:404-412.