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Op-Ed: Can green infrastructure thrive in high-density urban development?

Carolyn Whitzman and Roy Brooke say their new report makes the case for linking the housing and climate change agendas


Carolyn Whitzman is a senior research associate with the Canadian Urban Institute and Roy Brooke is the Executive Director of the Natural Assets Initiative The next generation of Canadian affordable housing developments should preserve and enhance natural assets, according to a new report from the Natural Assets Initiative and the Canadian Urban Institute. Natural assets are features of an ecosystem that provide, or could be restored to provide, essential services and benefits to... Read more

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