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A Texas metropolis known for sprawl will feature a vast nature district with trails, lakes and an Audubon center, the Dallas News reports.
An oasis for migratory birds closed for decades is now publicly accessible, the New York Times reports.
The ten-step guide to nurturing an urban tree canopy will be used by city councils across Australia, Urbanalyst reports.
From coyotes in Washington, D. C. to leopards in Mumbai, wild animals caught in urbanization’s grasp learn to adapt to city life, National Geographic reports.
A key concern is the impact on limited water resources in the desert environment, Green Prophet reports.
The German financial capital wins international recognition for devoting half of the city to recreational space and vegetation intended to lessen the impacts of climate change, CNBC reports.
The domed green space could be replicated in other dense cities that lack terrain for traditional parks, Fast Company reports.