Connecting people and place - the ecology of urban design
William McDonough sees a world of abundance – it is a question of using it in ways that allows it to last. He wants to celebrate human creativity, instead of bemoaning our activities.
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Green infrastructure is the network of green (and blue) elements in and around urban areas. This includes public and private spaces, such as parks, gardens, allotments, cemeteries, trees, green roofs and natural landscape features such as woodland, grassland, moors and wetlands.
William McDonough is a world-renowned architect and designer and winner of three U.S. presidential awards: the Presidential Award for Sustainable Development (1996), the National Design Award (2004); and the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award (2003).