Parks, open spaces, trees, green roofs and walls, rain gardens, swales, planted landscaping, gardens and allotments are among the components of green infrastructure.
Benefits of Green Infrastructure in the city include water and air purification, stormwater management, urban cooling, improved biodiversity.
The urban environment poses numerous opportunities for incorporating green infrastructure - with technical, financial and organisational challenges associated with it.
Urban Green Infrastructure promotes creative, collaborative processes and the identification of strategic opportunities to make it happen.
Urban Green Infrastructure seeks to promote nature-based solutions and green infrastructure in our cities through project delivery and research.
Green infrastructure is a planned network of high quality green spaces and other environmental features.
To find out how Urban Green Infrastructure can work with you to deliver green infrastructure projects or research, contact Dara Carroll.