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Vegetation for urban green air quality plans - Bologna University Press
Vegetation for urban green air quality plans
A new approach from the VEG-GAP Project
a cura di Valeria Stacchini
Are you aware of the benefits that urban vegetation can produce to lowering temperature and improving air quality? Do you remember how you missed being in contact with nature during the lockdown? To develop effective control strategies aiming at maintaining and improving air quality within European cities, the Life VEG-GAP project consortium have deepened what are the links between vegetation, temperature and air pollution.
Bologna, Madrid and Milan are the three pilot cities were the new methodology and tools were profitably tested. This provided a valuable example of transnational collaboration, showing how cities, research centres, businesses and civil society together can team up to build better cities. Thanks to the VEG-GAP project, scientific models were turn into valuable operational tools which can be profitably used by cities for better planning and monitoring their policies
Formato
150 × 210 mm
Pagine
182
Anno
2022
Confezione
Brossura
Lingua
Italiano
ISBN
9791254770702
ISBN online
9791254770719