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How 'green infrastructure' can improve sustainable land use


19 Dec 2011

Green infrastructure can be an ecological corridor connecting two habitats to enhance species migration, a restored floodplain minimising the risk of flooding during extreme weather events or a piece of community woodland that improves the recreation and well-being of urban dwellers. A new report from the European Environment Agency (EEA) explores the concept of green infrastructure and mechanisms that could help integrate greener infrastructure into a range of policies.

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