Greening our Cities – SMALL FOOTPRINT – Ep 5

What does a small footprint city look like outside of our homes? How do we use small footprint thinking to better connect ourselves with nature and culture? This connection helps us live happier, healthier lives, but as Rob Adams shares in Melbourne’s Southbank suburb, better planning is often set aside in the name of maximising building space. Landscape architect Claire Martin and Victoria’s first registered architect with an Indigenous background, Jefa Greenaway are taking on the task of improving Melbourne’s public, cultural and green spaces by finding Innovative ways to incorporate them into the identity of our growing city. Giving everyone in the city an opportunity to reconnect with nature and a true sense of place.

Supported by Screen Australia & YouTube through the Skip Ahead Initiative

0:00 – Intro with Claire Martin & Jefa Greenaway
0:55 – Indigenous architect Jefa Greenaway
1:07 – Designing cities with open spaces
2:10 – Building green spaces in our cities
5:05 – Indigenous culture & heritage
7:25 – Changing cities little bits at a time
08:40 – Outro with Colin

Produced by New Mac Video Agency
Directed & Presented by: Colin Chee
Producer: Luke Clark
Cinematographer: Simon Davies
Editor: Jessica Ruasol

Music:
Rising of the Sun by Daniel Bordovský
I Know It Can’t Break by Marshall Usinger
Orchidaceae by REW
Murus by REW
Effort by ANBR
Lion by Macaroom

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