Environment Foundation

Apply for funding The information below will help you better understand our approach to grant making and our process. We recommend that you read this entire page prior to submitting an application.  If you are looking for information on our Leadership Program, please click here. 1. Determine whether your organization is eligible for funding Organizations eligible…

Timothy Beatley books Related to Green Urbanism

Green urbanismTimothy Beatley books Planning for Coastal Resilience: Best Practices for Calamitous Times Timothy Beatley Native to nowhere Timothy Beatley Biophilic Cities: Integrating Nature Into Urban Design and Planning Timothy Beatley Green urbanism down under Timothy Beatley Ethical Land Use: Principles of Policy and Planning Timothy Beatley The ecology of place Timothy Beatley Blue Urbanism:…

Green Cities

Edited by Michael Lindfield and Florian Steinberg Smart Concepts for Greener Cities Enabling Green Cities The greening of cities will be a complex, fragmented, and multisector process. Among the constraints and barriers will be fragmented governance, issues of affordability, and consumer preferences, all of which can lead to lack of investment and risk aversion. Vested…

The Landscaper

NEW FENCING CUTS NOISE BY EIGHT TIMES Forest Garden Decibel Panel not only dramatically cuts noise levels but also looks great and is affordable. This is the first DIY acoustic panel and can be fitted as a replacement or as a new fence. Tests show that the panels can achieve a reduction in the noise…

Architectural Plants

Architectural Plants is a nursery in Pulborough, West Sussex set within 32 acres of open fields and surrounded by farmland overlooking the South Downs. We welcome both the general public and trade customers. Established in 1990 by Angus White, Architectural Plants specialise in plants that are both shapely and exotic – Japanese and European topiary, hardy palms, bananas, bamboos,…