Green and blue features such as parks, waterways and street trees are essential elements of resilient and liveable cities. As well as being aesthetically pleasing, green-blue spaces provide many functions and benefits for people and other species that call our cities home. They cool our cities, treat air and water, provide space for recreation and connection, and habitat for biodiversity.
There are many different types of green-blue spaces in cities – and many different models for their governance, planning and management. Research by the Clean Air and Urban Landscapes (CAUL) Hub has investigated new approaches to governance and policies to support the creation and retention of healthy, multifunctional green-blue spaces. The following factsheets xxx
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