Affiliations

CITY OF SYDNEY

GREEN. GLOBAL. CONNECTED.

Sustainable Sydney 2050 is a set of goals we have set for our city to help make it as green, global and connected as possible by 2030. The plan will transform the way we live, work and play.

The World Green Infrastructure Network collects and disseminates knowledge, information and data concerning roof and wall greening, worldwide. We act as a global informational clearing house for national green roof associations, and other stakeholders such as, authorities, educational institutes and the green roof industry providing networking for all stakeholders.

CSU Green has been formed as part of Charles Sturt University's commitment to sustainability. Sustainability and global citizenship are central values of the CSU Strategy 2011-2015.

Curtin University Western Australia's largest and most multi-cultural university. The School is committed to excellence and quality in the delivery of its teaching programs.

Living Roofs are an independent organisation that is promoting the uptake of green roofs in New Zealand.  Living Roofs is a resource for information, which is supported and sponsored by leading green roof companies, authorities and organisations. 

Macquarie University Sydney, is an institution of higher learning that plays a leading role in educating the leaders, professionals and policy-makers of the future.

The Nursery & Gardens Industry of Australia represents nurseries and garden suppliers across Australia.

The UK's national centre of excellence for green roofs. Department of Landscape, University of Sheffield

The EDO are committed to representing the legal fight against the devastation of our environment.

Green Roofs for Healthy Cities - North America Inc. is a rapidly growing not-for-profit industry association working to promote the industry throughout North America

Mission & Ojectives for KOGRIA- Cooperation among governmental as well as private organizations, research institutes, educational institutions, and green roof companies in the Construction of Urban Green Space. KOGRIA consists of relevant governmental as well as private organizations, research institutes, educational institutions, and private companies for green space.

The Inner Melbourne Action Plan (IMAP) is a collaborative partnership between the Cities of Melbourne, Port Phillip, Stonnington and Yarra. These inner Melbourne Councils work together to strengthen the liveability, attraction and prosperity of the region by implementing a series of strategies and actions.