“Both at global and at European and Flemish level, the loss of biodiversity and the ecosystems that they provide is hard to stop”, as stated in the introduction of the new nature report of the INBO. the
The aim of INBO is to decline still, to stop, to turn back as it can be: “nature in Flanders can provide a solution to a number of major societal challenges”. And that is, according to the report, with greener infrastructure. That infrastructure may, on the basis of four scenarios to be accomplished.
A first scenario, or “viewing direction” assumes that people are looking to nature to relax, to have a beautiful landscape to enjoy and to neighbours, residents and other city and villagers to meet”. The focus is on the restoration of traditional landscapes.
it could be that rural areas have sufficient landscape features from the past. The most fertile lands around a village center and should be responsible for the production of vegetables and fruit. In a city, then there are sufficient green spaces. The stretching, green roofs and tuinstraten that already gain popularity, would in great numbers to grow.
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