Redesign a part of the city. From polluting road to sustainable linear square in three “P”: profile, permeability, photocatalysis
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The project presented here is a best practice applied to the routine of public service work. The financial investment necessary to ground makeover asphalt was diverted for a functional and environmental regeneration of an area of almost one hectare. The project, basically, wonders about the many possibilities of urban renewal that can arise from the ordinary activities of public works management, and how targeted action can bring parts of cities to a more appropriate relationship with the environment.
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Diversity of flora and vegetation in European cities as a potential for nature conservation in urban-industrial areas – with examples from Berlin and Potsdam (Germany). Zerbe, S; Maurer, U; Peschel, T; Schmitz, S; Sukopp, H (University of Arizona, 2004)Cities and urban-industrial conglomerations are continuously gaining importance as living spaces for humans. Sustainable urban development as well as nature conservation in cities are and will be the major tasks of the ...