2 edition of The sustainable landscape found in the catalog.
The sustainable landscape
|Statement||Damon Lang with Darlene Claire Preussner|
|Contributions||Preussner, Darlene Claire|
|LC Classifications||NK2117.O87 L38 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||2010923337|
Sustainable Landscape Construction re-evaluates the assumption that all built landscapes are environmentally sound, and offers practical, professional alternatives for more sustainable landscape construction, design, an d maintenance. Packed with clear concepts and never-before-compiled resources on "green" landscape work, the book is an inspiring overview of important practices and . Since the publication of the first edition in , Sustainable Landscape Construction has helped to spur a movement towards resilient outdoor environments, in the U.S. and throughout the world. The third edition has been updated to include important recent developments in this landscape revolution. It remains essential reading for everyone with an interest in "green" design of outdoor .
Sustainable landscapes are responsive to the environment, re-generative, and can actively contribute to the development of healthy communities. Sustainable landscapes sequester carbon, clean the air and water, increase energy efficiency, restore habitats, and create value through significant economic, social and, environmental benefits. “Little” Book Supports Sustainable Landscape Management story highlights 'The Little Sustainable Landscapes Book: Achieving sustainable development through integrated landscape management' aims to clarify and disseminate sustainable landscape management methods, and to catalyze their implementation across private and public sectors worldwide.
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF LANDSCAPES. A must-have guide for anyone working with landscapes, Sustainable Landscape Management eases the transition of the landscape industry into a new era of green consciousness. Filled with examples that illustrate best practices, the book provides a practical framework for the development of sustainable management . The Sustainable Landscapes programme, launched in July , brings together groups of forward-thinking arable farmers to explore sustainable farming practices that will positively benefit soil health and ultimately improve water quality in specific river catchments.
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A new chapter details ways in which landscape architectural practice must respond to the dangers posed by fire, floods, drought, extreme storms, and climate change.
Sustainable Landscape Construction is a crucial complement to basic landscape construction texts, and is a one-of-a-kind reference for professionals, students, and concerned by: The sustainable landscape book Sustainable Landscape Construction is part of the canon of landscape construction texts, and with this update, remains a visionary, one of a kind reference for professionals and by: 1.
Sustainable Landscaping: Principles and Practices examines landscape practices that adversely affect the environment, which occur in the process of constructing, implementing, and managing residential and commercial landscapes. It explores ways to change these practices to have a more positive effect, describing the principles of sustainable landscaping and proposing solutions to challenges that can Author: Marietta M.
Loehrlein. Owen Dell is the individual most responsible for the way that I look at landscape, design and my footprint in general. Owen is an amazing speaker, part time tv geek and landscape guru. You can now add entertaing author to the resume.
This is a book that will make you look at the art of landscaping in a way that keeps us in tune with dear ol' mom/5(21). The Little Sustainable Landscapes Book aims to clarify and disseminate sustainable landscape management methods, and to catalyse their implementation across private and public sectors worldwide.
The book summarises current developments in landscape management, makes recommendations on policy, and explains the importance of landscape initiatives in achieving global goals related to sustainable. This book covers a wide range of landscape practices that fall under the broad subject of sustainability, providing detailed coverage of principles including the following: Conducting sustainability audits Using plants to maximize their benefits Regulating solar heat gain and loss with seasonal.
Like its predecessors, the new edition of Sustainable Landscape Construction is organized around principles, recognizing that built environments, and our work in them, pose both pragmatic and ethical challenges.
Each chapter focuses on one overarching site goal, such as “Pave Less,” “Heal Injured Sites,” and “Consider Origin and Fate of Materials.”. The Little Sustainable Landscapes Book argues that sustainable management of landscapes is a local and global necessity – but that few landscapes around the world are being effectively managed.
The Sustainable SITES Initiative® (SITES®) and sustainable design planning, design, implementation, and maintenance how-to books. Gardens & Gardening. Two research methods have been developed to meet the standards of sustainable landscape management: Maslow's theory and interdisciplinary approach.
Landscape reflects the human motivations as merged into social procedures of society's motivations. Maslow's triangle of human motivation is translated to objectives for sustainable landscape management.
A must-have guide for anyone working with landscapes, Sustainable Landscape Management eases the transition of the landscape industry into a 5/5(1). Basic Design Concepts for Sustainable Landscapes A.M. VanDerZanden and J. McNeilan A sustainable landscape is more than the conscious arrangement of outdoor space for human enjoyment and satisfaction.
It is a landscape that uses minimal water, fertilizers, pesticides, labor, and building materials. Creating a sustainable landscape means working File Size: KB. This book, like its predecessors, is organized around principles, recognizing that built environments, and our work in them, pose both pragmatic and ethical challenges.
With this update, Sustainable Landscape Construction remains a visionary, one of a kind reference for professionals and students. 40 case studies illustrate the transformative effects of sustainable landscape design. San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
Watch animations created with SketchUp to learn how sustainable design works. Sunnylands Center and Gardens Rancho Mirage, California, U.S.A.
Pete V. Domenici U.S. Courthouse. Sustainable Landscape Solutions. Landscaping with a sustainable purpose. We offer solutions to landscapes that improve your water quality while also being visually attractive. We serve Iowa City, Cedar Rapids and surrounding areas.
The practices we focus on include (but not limited to). Published at the beginning of the twenty-first century, Sustainable Landscape Construction took a new approach to what was then a nearly new subject: how to construct outdoor environments based on principles of sustainability.
This enormously influential book helped to spur a movement that has taken root around the U.S. and throughout the world/5.
Sustainable Landscape Planning and Design Theoretical foun dations, theori es, methods, an d applications are essenti al parts of this reference book for lan dscape architects and other planning. Download Sustainable Landscape Construction PDF book free online – From Sustainable Landscape Construction PDF: Since the publication of the first edition inSustainable Landscape Construction has helped to spur a movement towards resilient outdoor environments, in the U.S.
and throughout the third edition has been updated to include important recent. Published at the beginning of the twenty-first century, Sustainable Landscape Construction took a new approach to what was then a nearly new subject: how to construct outdoor environments based on principles of sustainability.
This enormously influential book helped to spur a movement that has taken root around the U.S. and throughout the world.4/5(6).
He has published extensively on landscape, environmental management and sustainable development, and has undertaken research for a range of government agencies as well as Research Councils. Reviews "This book would be appropriate for undergraduate students and those interested in sustainable natural resource management.
that Cheryl Corson, an accomplished landscape architect, landscape maintenance expert, and a professional living and working in the Chesapeake Bay region, has produced this excellent Sustainable Landscape Maintenance Manual for the Chesapeake Bay Watershed for the Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional Certification Program.
The concept of a sustainable landscape also has a significant history. (In this book "landscape" is inclusive of wild outdoor spaces and constructed ones, functional or frivolous, at scales ranging from tiny yards to biologically consistent regions — J.
B. Jackson notwithstanding.)Brand: Island Press.The subject of sustainable landscapes is a complex one because landscape as a concept includes not only the physical structure of the environment but also human perception .This latter, being subjective, means that values of landscape change from person to person, cultural to culture, and over time.