Creating Innovative Green Spaces in the urban environment - We at Progress Factors love this idea!
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In urban areas, there's often limited space for parks and green spaces.
But with the rise of green roofs and living walls, cities are finding new ways to incorporate plants and natural elements into their landscapes.
Green roofs are covered with vegetation and soil, which helps reduce the urban heat island effect and improves air quality.
They can also reduce stormwater runoff and provide insulation, which can reduce heating and cooling costs for buildings.
Living walls, also known as vertical gardens, are another way to incorporate plants into urban areas.
They can be attached to buildings or freestanding structures, and they provide many of the same benefits as green roofs.
By making these small adjustments to the built environment, we can create more liveable cities that are also better for the environment.
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