Catch our own Sarah Bekessy on the Inclusive Agenda podcast. Sarah discusses her recent work on ensuring equitable access to nature in the city for vulnerable communities. Click here
Catch our own Sarah Bekessy on ABC News. Sarah discusses a list of ten things that everyone can do to make a difference for biodiversity. Click here
Catch our own Sarah Bekessy on Studio Ten, TEN Central Digital TV. Sarah rates the major parties’ policies when it comes to protecting biodiversity, threatened species and the climate. Read more
This article is republished from Cities People Love under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. An interview with Professor Sarah Bekessy Sarah Bekessy is a sustainability and urban planning academic at RMIT University in Melbourne and a leading voice in Biodiversity Sensitive Urban Design (BSUD). We interviewed Sarah to understand more about the […]
Catch our own Sarah Bekessy’s interview with Cities People Love talking about the importance and benefits of incorporating biodiversity and nature in the design and planning of our cities. Read more
Cities around the world are planning for more people to be walking and cycling to work instead of catching public transport, once lockdown restrictions are lifted. Measures that are being implemented in cities like New York, Paris and Milan include closing streets to cars and putting more bike lanes in their streets. Thami Croeser (ICON […]
Here at ICON Science we are passionate about conservation of biodiversity, both outside of cities and within. Georgia Garrard et al (2018) published their thoughtful paper Biodiversity Sensitive Urban Design which aims to question how we plan, design and build cities so that they make a positive, on-site contribution to biodiversity and encourage everyday access […]
The Industry News and Analysis blog Sourceable has recently given RMIT University’s Biodiversity Sensitive Urban Design protocol an A+ in their Living Infrastructure Report Card.