Our built environment is the world’s single largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, consumes around a third of our water, and generates 40% of our waste. Thankfully, the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) and their Green Star Rating system are doing something about it. Let's find out about Green Stars and what they mean.
29 May, 2023 Blog
Developing a CSR plan aligns a company's values and objectives with a program that positively impacts society and improves financial performance. By evaluating stakeholder needs, setting priorities and goals, and implementing an action plan, businesses can build customer loyalty, enhance brand reputation, and increase employee satisfaction.
01 May, 2023 Blog
Living Walls, Vertical Gardens, Plant walls, Green Walls, Evergreen Garden Walls, Vertical Plant Walls. Call it whatever you like! They all mean the same thing when it comes to the new definitions of the soothing green interiors which are sought after in today’s office space. Who wants one?
21 Apr, 2023 Blog
'Sustainability as Strategy', was one of five panels at the 'IMAGINE: Challenging the Status Quo' event, where our GM was an expert panellist, and Green Design again demonstrated their commitment to all the topics by being the Event Partner! Hear what we are doing with our CSR program and how we are not only doing it, but sharing it with audiences far and wide to support a more sustainable business community. Our latest newsletter covers this and more. Always more than just plants!
18 Apr, 2023 News
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, sick building syndrome accounts for up to 61 billion dollars a year in health costs, productivity and absenteeism. It is an affliction that affects many employees who work indoors in office complexes. Find out how plants are helping overcome this sydnrome.
12 Apr, 2023 Blog
Moss walls are the latest in-thing when it comes to green styling. Moss walls are not a new trend altogether. Over a thousand years ago, Zen Buddhists used to grow moss in the interior walls to create a sensation of tranquillity and expansiveness. For most of the monks, it signified communion with nature, a break from reality and a meditation facilitator.
06 Feb, 2023 Blog