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Title: Sustainable Urban Green Spaces: Optimizing Users Benefits through Planting Techniques and Use of Plants
Authors: Dalyop, Dantong Jack-Sam
Chanle, Sati Yohanna
Keywords: Integrated approach
Planting system
Socio‐economic value
Sustainable environment
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research
Series/Report no.: Vol. 2;No.2; Pp 27-47
Abstract: The use of urban green spaces, especially increasing the benefits, has become a Thot topic for many green space managers during the past few years as the assumed link between sustainable urban green spaces and sustainable urban development is becoming more visible. Increasingly, urban green space is seen as an integral part of cities providing a range of services to both the people and the wildlife living in urban areas. Up to this time, there is little systematic information about urban green space including the knowledge of plants and their planting systems. Greenspaces play crucial roles of social, economic, wellbeing and environmental aspects of sustainable development. The aim of this paper is to promote sustainable urban green spaces in our cities in order to optimize user's benefits. To achieve this, the study seeks to address the correct use of plants and Planting Techniques that will ensure the sustainability of the desired urban green spaces.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1989
ISSN: 2579‐1044
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