Blue Green Dream: How we can use nature to build resilient and healthy cities

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Blue Green Dream: How we can use nature to build resilient and healthy cities

R&D Programme of the Year award winner reveals how using integrated natural solutions in urban environments can cut on costs as well as boosting life quality

In mid-2009, the world reached the landmark point where the number of people living in urban areas surpassed the numbers living in rural areas. By 2014, around 3.8 billion people - 54 per cent of the world's...

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