The Green Corners Awards Search for Biodiversity in Urban Landscapes

By: Tiana Reid - Published: Jul 9, 2010   Updated: Jun 20 2011 • References: conservationfoundation & treehugger
The Green Corners Award, an initiative put on by London's Conservation Foundation, puts all city slickers on the hunt for some green beauty within a sometimes bleak urban landscape.

With the Green Corners Awards, Londoners search for lush gardens, simple windowsills, community areas and vegetable plots -- anything that brings more color and diversity to the city. Anyone can nominate a space that inspires them the most.

Implications - As globalization and urban populations continue to increase at an unprecedented rate, many individuals have developed a feeling of disconnection with nature. Businesses that are able to generate familiar outdoor experiences or transform an urban dwelling into one boasting more rural characteristics will see great returns. Stats for Lush Cityscape Prizes Trending: Older & Mild
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