Ecological Centre of Warsaw as a Development Path
AbstractThe purpose of this chapter is to present a new development path towards greening the city center of Warsaw in the context of the increasing density of building development in recent years. After the process of urban sprawl, there has been a tendency to concentrate buildings, especially in the city center. Currently, a new idea and the need to improve the climate in the city is being born. The aim is to convert dispersed green areas into a continuous network of corridors and green spaces, comprising the city center on both sides of the Vistula River. The future structure of green areas in the central part of Warsaw will be built as an element of bioeconomy. According to this new pattern of urban greenery, larger green enclaves will be connected by corridors created out of necessity along densely built-up streets. Such elements as green walls, green roofs with decorative greenery and food crops, pocket greenery, as well as urban farms (e.g., algae energy generation) will complement buildings, foster healthy environment, and create the opportunity to enjoy pastimes.
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|Book||Vargas-Hernández José G., Zdunek-Wielgołaska Justyna (eds.): Bioeconomical Solutions and Investments in Sustainable City Development, 2019, IGI Global, ISBN 9781522579588, , 306 p., DOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-7958-8|
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