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Street Furniture Australia’s entire product range and manufacturing operation has received carbon neutral certification through Climate Active™. Achieving carbon neutral certification marks a significant milestone in our operation and the culmination of a four year long process of detailed measurement and analysis. Climate Active™ is the only Australian government-backed carbon neutral certification programme for businesses to measure, reduce, and offsets their carbon emissions. It is one of the most rigorous carbon-neutral programs in the world. An approved Emissions Reduction Strategy (ERS) is central to achieving certification through Climate Active. Street Furniture Australia has elected to use SBTi validated science-based targets to ensure their ERS is meaningful and aligns with the 2015 Paris Agreement – to limit global temperature rises to 1.5℃ above pre-industrial levels. For those emissions that can’t be …

  • 20 jun 2024
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Ten principles for designing play spaces for neurodiverse children The growing body of research around inclusive design has deepened our understanding of this important area, paving the way for projects like Hassell’s new Mildred Creak Playground. Before the revitalisation of Edward Millen Park on Whadjuk Country in Perth, Western Australia, Hassell’s Senior Associate, Hannah Galloway and her team at Hassell met with teachers at Carson Street School and the Autism Association of Western Australia. They created ten key principles for designing play spaces for all children. Galloway said their goal was to design a unique space for all children to enjoy, regardless of their neurodiverse traits. “By incorporating sensory elements, promoting social interaction and providing spaces for regrouping and control, we can create environments where every child can thrive.” Hassell’s ten …

  • 19 jun 2024
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Building a professional culture: A decade of AILA Festivals In 2024 Street Furniture Australia celebrates 10 years of partnership with AILA Australia-wide. Through this partnership we have sought to enrich the landscape architecture profession, engaging in research collaborations, co-hosting events and supporting the AILA festival. While AILA takes a pause to redevelop their festival format, Jillian Walliss and Sara Padgett Kjaersgaard reflect on a decade of AILA Festivals, considering their contribution to professional growth and community building among Australian landscape architecture professionals. Read the article in Landscape Australia. Five Emerging Placemaking Trends International Placemaking Week, hosted by Project for Public Space in Baltimore, Maryland, USA will be held for the 4th year in June. The proposals submitted for the event have provided good insight into emerging placemaking trends in the …

  • 28 may 2024
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