Sustainable landscape architecture is a category of sustainable design with planning and design of outdoor space. 
This can include ecological, politically correct, social and economic aspects of sustainability. For example, the design of a sustainable urban drainage system can: improve habitats for fauna and flora ; improve recreational facilities, because people love to be beside water; save money, because building is expensive and floods cause severe financial harm.
The design of a green roof or a roof garden can also contribute to the sustainability of a landscape architecture project. The roof will help manage surface water, provide for wildlife and provide for recreation .
Sustainability appears to be a new addition to the traditional Vitruvian objectives of the design process: a structure must be solid, useful, and beautiful ( firmitas , utilitas , venustas ). But it can be seen to be an aspect of both solidity and usefulness, it is necessary to have low inputs of energy, water, fertilizer, etc. noise, pollution , surface water runoff etc.
- Carbon cycle re-balancing
- Climate-friendly gardening
- Context theory
- Energy-efficient landscaping
- Green roof
- Green transport
- Landscape planning
- List of sustainable agriculture topics
- Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
- Public open space (POS)
- Sustainable agriculture
- Sustainable gardening
- Sustainable landscaping
- Sustainable planting
- Urban agriculture
- Urban forestry
- Jump up^ Orr, Stephen. „A Sustainability That Aims to Seduce“ . The New York Times . Retrieved 2 May 2014 .