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Green cities

Green urban environments are emerging

 

More urban nature, more city gardens and communal gardens - and thus more clean and cool air. One of the new trends is that comprehensive greening strategies are also being developed for high-density public housing areas.

 

Imagine: Alleys with tall trees, ivy and climbing plants on brick walls, balconies with creepers - and courtyards and roof gardens. Green urban environments have a cooling effect, which we need if we are to achieve the Paris Agreement's goal of a max. temperature rise of 1 ½ degrees.

 

Contact us if you are interested in learning about how the municipalities in the Netherlands, Austria and Barcelona collaborate with biodiversity companies, landscape design studios, urban planners and others to create "green lungs" in the cities, including resident involvement.

 

Contact us to hear more. 

Parc, rainwater management Sydhavnen
Parc, rainwater management Sydhavnen

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Sydhavnen housing and livability

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