Great to see some press coverage for the Cool Streets Blacktown Pilot Project!
Last week, the Rouse Hill Courier published an article entitled 'Glenwood goes green' on their website. Meg Francis wrote:
A Glenwood street has brought down the temperature but turned up the heat on tackling climate change.
The Cool Streets project, hosted by Boonderoo Avenue, was recognised in the 2016 Local Government NSW Excellence in the Environment Awards when it won the climate change action award.
Gallagher Studio director Libby Gallagher, who led the project, said the organisation were blown away by the success of the Australia-first initiative. “The pilot project grew from my PHD at the University of Sydney into the potential of streets and street trees to tackle urban heat and mitigate climate change,” Dr Gallagher said.
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