Revitalization of Stará Ponávka in Brno, Vojta Herout, www.vojtaherout.com
Petra Kolínská (Green Circle) a David Povolný (Frank Bold) – 19. 10. 2020
As part of a research of municipalities' interest in elements of the so-called blue-green infrastructure, Green Circle in cooperation with the law firm Frank Bold Advokáti approached a total of 250 municipalities. The aim was to find out information about the practice of using specific measures, such as seepage areas, tree planting or rainwater management.
Urban greenery Tree Planting Water in the City
Martina Heroldová, Aktuálně.cz – 8. 9. 2020
Even a landscape degraded by opencast coal mining and acid rain can reduce the effects of climate change. Kadaň in northwestern Bohemia, surrounded by mines and two coal-fired power plants, has invested in flowery meadows, trees and rainwater, and thus sets an example in sustainable access to water and public space.
Urban greenery Water in the City
Angličtina Rendering of the new Otto-Bauer-Gasse with a view of the Königsegggasse. © zwoPK / BV6
Jana Bařinková – 26. 8. 2020
A street which used to be a road with parking for cars is now a pedestrian zone with trees and flower beds full of plants. This is thanks to the green deputy mayor of Vienna, Ms Birgit Hebein, who wants to use various measures to cool the city's hot streets and create a more pleasant place to live.