Urban Wildlife

Urban planning evolves to accommodate and grow local wildlife

Implications - Urban planning initiatives are slowly beginning to focus on bringing back some of the wildlife that the construction and expansion of cities has inevitably turned out. This shift comes with the acceleration of research and widespread understanding on the effects of human intervention on the environment, and reveals the significance of brands and governments working together to mitigate such concerns.
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Artificial Green Mountains - 'Hilldegarden' Will Repurpose an Antiquated War Bunker in Hamburg
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Artificial Green Mountains
'Hilldegarden' Will Repurpose an Antiquated War Bunker in Hamburg
Though World War II ended more than 70 years ago, the relics of that massive historical moment still dot cities all around Europe, and Hilldegarden is a new project proposal that aims to make the... [More]
Vertical Forest Cities - Stefano Boeri has Designed a Plant-Covered City to Fix China's Smog Problem
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Hot 2,459 Clicks Pub: Jun 29, 17
Vertical Forest Cities
Stefano Boeri has Designed a Plant-Covered City to Fix China's Smog Problem
Italian architect Stefano Boeri designed a concept that hopes to eliminate China’s smog problem. His concept for a vertical forest city would feature nearly 40,000 trees and over 1,000,000... [More]
Nature Photography Drones - The 'Onyx' Natural Photography Drone Tracks Wildlife without Disturbance
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Warm 1,379 Clicks Pub: Feb 14, 17
Nature Photography Drones
The 'Onyx' Natural Photography Drone Tracks Wildlife without Disturbance
The ‘Onyx’ natural photography drone is designed with the intention of capturing the majesty of wildlife without disturbing it. The ‘Onyx’ drone features a beetle-like... [More]
Bat-Friendly Streetlights - These Streetlights Use Red LED Lighting to Avoid Disrupting Bat Behavior
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This Quarter and Warm 331 Clicks Pub: Jun 11, 18
Bat-Friendly Streetlights
These Streetlights Use Red LED Lighting to Avoid Disrupting Bat Behavior
An assuming Dutch town called Zuidhoek-Nieuwkoop has become the very first jurisdiction in the world to be outfitted with special, high-tech streetlights that are designed to avoid disrupting the... [More]
Wildlife-Restoring Floating Gardens - This Urban Project Hopes to Revitalize the Chicago River
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Wildlife-Restoring Floating Gardens
This Urban Project Hopes to Revitalize the Chicago River
This floating garden project will be able to revitalize the urban landscape of Chicago in many different ways. The proposal is one that hopes to bring some green space to the Chicago river in the... [More]
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