CityTree represents a moss-filled revolution in reducing air pollution and cooling the air in dense urban environments.
To restore and preserve marine ecosystems, Australia is leading the charge with living seawalls.
Transforming a billboard into a bee hotel for biodiversity restoration and local ecosystem recovery.
The troubling use of plastic habitat structures in freshwater ecosystems – or when restoration is just littering.
Repurposing billboards to Increase Urban Biodiversity.
Designing bus stops with permaculture principles.
Reimagining noise barriers to battle urban food deserts.
Redesigning jersey barriers to reduce carbon emissions.
Cities can reduce the damage light does to wildlife (and people) by replacing street lights with nature-friendly bulbs.
To preserve species, increase biodiversity, and restore ecosystems, we need to reconsider the role of cemeteries.
Research into the use of plastic habitats in freshwater ecosystems. It's complicated: do they provide life or litter?
When a waterfront area was being developed, the Netherlands prioritized habitat preservation with floating breeding grounds.
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