Contents

 

A warmer, drier future for gardeners and their gardens    Trevor Nottle

Well-known author and plant enthusiast Trevor Nottle shares his thoughts on the future of Australian garden-making.

 

Green roofs and vegetated systems for a sustainable future    Maria Plancarte Fexas

A world-wide interest in green roofs and wall has emerged as part of the movement towards greening cities. The recent history of this movement is outlines, especially for its applicability and uptake in Australia.

 

Urban trees more than pay their way during climate change    Greg Moore

The value of trees in urban environments is often undervalued, but in times of economic rationalism in on direction and changing perceptions about the environment and sustainability in another, such valuing urgently needs to be reassessed.

 

Ackermann’s Repositoryof Arts    Megan Martin

A profile of the achievemntes of Rudolph Ackermann as proprietor of The Repository of Arts (1809-28).

 

‘Strewth! That’s heritage: ritual, remnant, reuse, and document in the Australian lanscape    Andrew Saniga and Hannah Lewi

Traditional approaches to the analysis of cultural significance – and consequent implications for conservation – often inadequately acknowledge fugitive aspects of heritage, particular in the assessment and interpretation of overlooked or unconventional designed landscapes.

 

Jani Haenke: environmental advocate    Susan Martin

 

Netscape: Biodiversity Hertiage Library

 

Profile: Nancy Clarke

 

‘The Vision Splendid’  AGHS Conference, Launceston, November 2010  Robyn Hawkins

An outline of the speakers to feature at the 2010 AGUHS annual conference.