Sponge cities: Revolutionising Surface Water Management in Urban Environments The world is a rapidly urbanising place. Since 1950, the number of people living in cities has ballooned from 751 million to 4.2 billion and Asia is the epicentre of this growth...

Erosion control is a constant concern for landscape architects when designing new projects. Water is a powerful natural force and flowing water from rainfall or even irrigation can cause a number of problems. Without being properly controlled, water will flow down slopes,...

Across North America and globally, governments have begun to acknowledge the importance of permeable surfaces. Most towns and cities now actively incentivize the use of permeable surfaces in new public and private projects, and some have even begun to mandate the...