Reverse Engineering the urban core
After decades of development in which concrete, asphalt and massive areas of landfill have served to threaten our environment, cities are embarking on a “re-wilding” process which would see the re-integration of vegetation and green spaces, back into vulnerable areas of the city footprint. Bringing back a city’s natural landscape, even in small quantities has a huge impact on helping our shorelines regenerate and bring plant and wildlife back to the regions.
Many cities worldwide have begun to incorporate re-wilding into their cities’ landscapes to ensure that damages from climate change may in some small way, be lessened over time.
Read more here in weburbanist.com.