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CITYGREEN is a biannual publication of the Centre for Urban Greenery & Ecology. Winner of the MPAS Awards 2015 as well as APEX Awards for Publication Excellence for six consecutive years - 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2012, it covers topics on greening and ecology of the urban environment.

The articles are written by well-known experts and professionals from disciplines such as architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning and urban ecology. As a magazine, it is a useful resource and communicates valuable information in highly readable and delightfully illustrated format.

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Martha, S. (2011, July). The Softer Side of Sustainability & the Hardworking Urban Landscape, CITYGREEN: Parks - Enhancing Liveability in Cities, 3, 122-127.
 

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Issue 15
Verdant Cities

Issue 14
Nature in Urban Space

Issue 13
Exploring Connections

Issue 12
City Habitats

Issue 11
Ecologically Healthy Cities

Issue 10
Resilience in Cities

Issue 9
Nature and Health in Cities

Issue 8
Cultivating the City

Issue 7
Stepping Up with Green

Issue 6
Green Spaces for Sustainable Cities

Issue 5
Water and the City

Issue 4
Biodiversity in the Urban Landscape

Issue 3
Parks – Enhancing Liveability in Cities

Issue 2
Green in Cities goes Skywards

Issue 1
Featuring Gardens by the Bay

 

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Green Spaces for Sustainable Cities
Issue 6
   
Featured Writers: Tim O'Hare, Jason Byne, Geoff Dyer, Peter Fisher, Karl Falkenberg, Neil Mattinson & Gavin McMillan   ISBN
978981074724-4
Published: Jan 13
     
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Article 1

World Building of the Year: Cooled Conservatories at Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay wins big at the fifth World Architecture Festival
Authors: Kenneth Er, Ng Boon Gee, Andy Kwek, and Matthew Potter

Page number: 18-21 
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S201009811500047X

Article 2

European Green Capital Awards: Role Models for a Sustainable Europe
Local governmental efforts in the European Union to green cities rewarded
Author: Karl Falkenberg

Page number: 42-45 
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000481

Article 3

Techniques for a Healthy Liveable City: Green Guidelines
Tips on greening cities, neighbourhoods, streets, and buildings from The Green City Guidelines publication
Author: Mark Long

Page number: 46-49 
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000493

Article 4

Greenspace Planning: Problems with Standards, Lessons from Research, and Best Practices
A "needs-based" versus "standards-based" approach to open green space planning
Author: Jason Byrne

Page number: 50-55
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S201009811500050X

Article 5

Seeking Balance in Land-Use Planning: Using the Land-Use Conflict Identification Strategy to Explore Land-Use Futures
Developing and considering alternative land-use futures to aid policy
Authors: Margaret Carr and Paul Zwick

Page number: 56-61
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000511

Article 6

Designing a Soil Strategy: Grounding the Olympic Park
Conditions and solutions guiding the landscape of the London 2012 Olympic Park
Author: Tim O'Hare

Page number: 62-69
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000523

Article 7.

Sustainable Landscapes Through the Eyes of a Friend of High Line: Walking the High Line
Admiring New York City's High Line in the shoes of a photographer
Author: Jonathan Fleming

Page number: 70-77
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000535

Article 8.

Greenwood Sanctuary @ Admirality: A Delightful Eco-Nature Neighbourhood Park
A precedent for water and drainage innovation in Singapore's heartland parks
Author: Lydia Ma and Lee Sai Guek

Page number: 78-85
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000547

Article 9.

Marina Promenade: Connecting the Marina Bay Fabric
Sensitively framing Singapore's downtown Marina Bay and its attractions
Author: urchin

Page number: 88-95
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000559

Article 10.

London 2012 Olympic Parklands and Public Realm: Legacy Public Landscape
The journey of history's most sustainable Olympic Games yet
Authors: Neil Mattinson and Gavin McMillian

Page number: 100-107
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000560

Article 11.

Interview with Jane Martin: Sustainability Meets Beautification on the Sidewalks of San Francisco
A personal mission to garden the public sidewalks of San Francisco come true
Author: Jane Martin

Page number: 108-117
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000572

Article 12.

Integrating Stormwater Practices into Sustainable Green Spaces: Runoff in Public Spaces
A review of the types of stormwater practices to meet the public's needs
Authors: Dr. William Hunt and Benjamin Loh

Page number: 118-127
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000584

Article 13.

Workshops on Ecoliteracy: The Nature of Making
Understanding nature by making environments hands on
Authors: Tracy Wyman and James Wang

Page number: 128-133
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000596

Article 14.

Reconnecting Buildings with the Natural World Through a Design Innovation Metric: Sustainability Outside-In
A "naturising index" to complement existing green building rating schemes
Authors: Dr. Peter Fisher and D. Trainham

Page number: 134-145
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000602

Article 15.

The SmartCode Ethic: Placemaking Beyond Aesthetics
Using an alternative form-based model code to zone more walkable, liveable neighbourhoods
Author: Geoff Dyer

Page number: 146-153
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000614

Article 16.

Nature as Essential Nutrition: Exploring the Nature Pyramid
Adapting the food pyramid for nature nutrition
Author: Timothy Beatley

Page number: 154-159
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3850/S2010098115000626