Global goals. Local solutions.
A Texas metropolis known for sprawl will feature a vast nature district with trails, lakes and an Audubon center, the Dallas News reports.
The city will provide soil and seeds to gardeners who are encouraged to grow vegetation wherever they can, Inhabitat reports.
Inspired by New York’s High Line, the park would double as a recreational space and natural habitat, Kansas City’s official website says.
The walking, jogging and cycling trail would cut across Singapore’s entire length from north to south, The City Fix reports.
Visitors experience what it would feel like to spend time in an subterranean park that would rely on mirrors to provide sunlight, DNAInfo reports.
South Korea’s largest city is a leader on urban freeway removal, but this time an abandoned highway would become a city park, the Korea Herald reports.