Auckland's Climate Action Plan

Corridors of Vegetation

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Leigh Nicholson
Leigh Nicholson | Aug 1, 2018 | in What has to change?

For new developments where there is little horizontal space for gardens, developers should be required to add vertical gardens for homes. This will allow the residents to benefit from the greenery - where the health benefits are enormous - the residents can grow a few edibles and we can create corridors of vegetation for the promotion of biodiversity.

In the UK, ancient hedgerows sustain some 10,000 species of wildlife. We can do the same with vertical gardens

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