Global network.

Get to know our national and global network.

National Members.

As we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution WGIN is committed to promote, advocate and disseminate information and research which provide qualification and quantification for the incorporation of green infrastructure into our global urban fabric. The source for this purpose is based in our global network whereby every WGIN member contributes to our comprehensive data store. As our network expands so too does our data store and our influence to initiate change towards greener cities, mitigate impacts of climate change and improve urban liveability through enhanced biophilia.

Corporate network.

Our global network provides the opportunity for industry manufacturers, suppliers, designers and other affiliated associations aligned with our vision to increase their global presence and status. Please consider membership to assist us with our work to mitigate the impacts of climate variability and improve urban liveability for global communities.

Partner Organisations.

WGIN’s partner organisations.

The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) is the world’s champion for the power of plants. Since 1948, AIPH has united horticultural producers in an international community that thrives to this day. AIPH supports and promotes the work of its members – the grower organisations around the world who together form the proud AIPH community. AIPH is also the global approving body for International Horticultural Exhibitions, which are hosted by cities around the world.

Through the AIPH Green City Initiative, AIPH leads global thinking on the integration of nature into the built environment and promotes the essential role of plants in creating vibrant urban areas while aiming to develop an international standard for green cities and be a focal point for green city best practice and a source of expertise. AIPH uses knowledge exchange, advocacy, and networking to nurture a strategic shift in city form and function to advance the realisation of a greener planet.

The organisation that brings Europe’s green roof and wall associations together, European Federation of Green Roof and Living Wall Associations (EFB) was established in 1997. As of 2023, there are 17 member associations in EFB.

The Federation and its national members actively promote the use of green roofs and green facades throughout Europe. Such technologies are known to provide a better quality of life for towns and cities by returning sealed surfaces back to nature and help with Climate Change Adaptation. In 2018 the European Parliament and the Council amended the Directive 2010/31/EU on the energy performance of buildings and the Directive 2012/27/EU on energy efficiency. In this light, green roofs and walls can contribute even more by improving  building’s energy performances and help meeting other important targets like renewable Energies development.

International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) is the only international non-governmental organisation dedicated to promoting the profession of landscape architecture and advancing the quality and sustainability of built and natural environments worldwide. IFLA is the body that represents 80 national member associations across five regions and more than 100,000 landscape architects worldwide.

Their mission is to promote the landscape architecture profession within a collaborative partnership with the built environment professions, demanding the highest standards of education, training, research and professional practice and providing leadership and stewardship in all matters. IFLA’s strategic aim is to provide excellent services to their members and the extended family of landscape architects worldwide.

As a global federation, their allies are international bodies like the United Nations, UN-Habitat, UNESCO, ICOMOS, FAO, IUCN, and WHO, as well as allied built environment international organisations, among many others, where our expertise is required.