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Biodiversity Sensitive Urban Design

Biodiversity focused design protocols in urban planning and develop

Xanthorrhoea australis Grass tree in association with Eucalyptus obliqua, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia. Image by the author.

The cooling benefits of the greening of urban areas probably need little introduction and are widely known to help improve human physical and psychological health.

Biodiversity Sensitive Urban Design (BSUD), is a protocol with the aim of transforming urban areas to…

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Peter Miles

Peter Miles

45 years in Environmental Science, B.Env.Sc. in Wildlife & Conservation Biology. Writes on Animals, Plants, Soil & Climate Change. environmentalsciencepro.com

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