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Melbourne Water, in partnership with DELWP, Wyndham City Council and Parks Victoria engaged Mosaic Insights to develop a Water Recreation Plan to guide the development and management of recreational opportunities along the Lower Werribee River. The Mosaic team engaged with the stakeholders and the broader community...

Heatwaves are getting longer, hotter and more frequent, with the largest impacts occurring in our cities due to the urban heat island effect. Heatwaves negatively affect the community in different ways, placing acute stresses on the community and the ecosystems on which we rely on,...

Melbourne is one of the world’s most liveable cities, but maintaining its liveability will be one of the key challenges as its population soars towards 8 million people by 2050. Mosaic Insights has already been engaged by the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning...

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The Mosaic Lab is often used as a way to facilitate the generation and distribution of new insights and ideas in industry. At a recent Mosaic Lab, green infrastructure strategy and urban cooling targets were the focus. Mosaic sought out insightful and passionate contributions from senior...

As part of the reinvigoration and reimagining of a greenfield cemetery master plan, we acknowledged that the positive reception of the initial attempt meant that there was value to be retained. We were engaged by the Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust to investigate and explore the existing...