Edge 8. 12. 2021

Livable streets

A Handbook of BlueGreenGrey Systems. The result of these solutions is a greener and more attractive urban environment with lower risk for flooding and reduced impacts of drought.

The natural water cycle has been disturbed within the modern urban environment, where there is heavy competition for a relatively small amount of space. Previously, trees had the space to extend their roots so that rainwater could seep to them through the ground, but decades of urban construction have created dense superstructures above impermeable surfaces. This kind of environment lacks both adequate space for planting as well as natural water management.

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Water in the City 

Join the people who know how to prepare our homes, cities, and landscapes for climate change.

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