GRHC launches the Fall 2022 edition of the Living Architecture Monitor

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Green roofs for healthy cities is pleased to present the digital fall 2022 edition of the Monitor for living architecture. The fall issue explores multiple facets of water with articles and our new podcasts. The issue looks at water’s biophilic abilities, how design integration is key to achieving net zero, and how we can harness its life-giving properties with green infrastructure to adapt to the climate crisis hitting our cities. Water – it moves in us, on us and around us – and deserves more respect and attention than it gets. Read it here.

Featured articles in this issue on water include:

  • Towards Net Zero Water – For Architects, Landscape Designers and Engineers by Steven Peck, read here

  • Water, The Universal Connector with Howard Neukrug, Free Podcast read here

  • Case Study: Philadelphia’s Cira Green Project: Innovation in Urban Placemaking

  • by Laura Hansplant read here

  • Understanding Biophilic Holism or H2Olism by Elizabeth Calabrese, read here

If you are interested in water stewardship and more, join GRHC CitiesAlive in person this year in Philadelphia, October 16-19! The theme of this year’s conference is Green Infrastructure & Water in a Changing Climate. Learn more here.

Other items are:

  • Blue-Green Sponges in Urbanization – My Lifelong Commitment to Climate Resilient Cities, by Herbert Dreiseitl, read here

  • On the Rooftop with… Randy E. Hayman, Commissioner and CEO of the Philadelphia Department of Water, read here

To read the full issue, visit the Monitor for living architecture Website, livingarchitecturemonitor.com.

For more information on upcoming events, visit: greenroofs.org/events. Information on online vocational training can be found at: livingarchitectureacademy.com

about us

Green roofs for healthy cities (GRHC) is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit industry association dedicated to the growth of the green roof and wall industry throughout North America since 1999. Our mission is to develop and protect the marketplace by raising awareness of the economic, social and environmental benefits of green roofs, green walls and other forms of living architecture through education, advocacy, professional development and celebrations of excellence.

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