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We found Britain's greenest city centre – and its least green

By Jake M Robinson, Ecologist and Researcher, Flinders University
Paul Brindley, Senior Lecturer, Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Sheffield
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Some of Britain’s city centres are filled with trees and parks, while others have little vegetation to break up the bricks, tarmac and concrete. Such differences aren’t just aesthetic: they affect whether animals can move around, and they have implications for human health and social equity.

That’s why we wanted to properly…The Conversation

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