City Greening involves the seamless integration and preservation of green spaces, green infrastructure, and nature into our urban environments.

These green spaces include buildings, remnant landscapes often rich in biodiversity, parks, gardens, streetscapes, freeways, carparks, development sites, urban forests, roof tops, green infrastructure in buildings, and the public realm.

Over half of the world’s population is now urbanised. They live in highly dense and compact cities, and often in apartments separated from natural systems, or on small lots with limited site permeability. Far removed from the natural systems and processes on which we depend to sustain us.

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