NATURE IN THE CITY | OCTOBER 2019
Cities that plan for more biodiversity recognize the potential of healthy ecosystems to mitigate urban problems and enhance quality of life. With rapidly growing cities, rich biodiversity is a rare asset and new capital for lively urban environments. Parks, lakes, waterways, educational nurseries, historic sites and beaches express attractiveness of the lively urban environment and a mobilizing impact on communities. Nature empowers cities! Connecting youth and adults to urban ecology projects, co creation of green corridors for wildlife and environmental education, habitat restoration and community participation are key to emphasizing the circulatory “eco” system of a city.
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