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E-IDCOT 1h
The plans for our land use at allows the allocation of open green spaces for recreational, ecological and aesthetic purposes. Green spaces filter pollutants and dust from the air, provide shade and reduce soil erosion into our waterways.
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Julie RN BSc (Hons) 40m
Loving the new outdoor furniture in Pounds Park, lets hope it doesn't get vandalised
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High Street Atlanta 24h
“Green(space) is the New Black,” ’s told , citing that developments with open spaces are worth as much as 40% more than other properties, according to an study. Learn more about our future :
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Corinne Muir Jun 14
More motivation to get outside in and :
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QUB Finance Green Impact 20h
A wonderful lunchtime walk today organised by for - our informative guide Adrienne shared her knowledge of the Palm House as part of our tour of Botanic Gardens
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Candi Chetwynd 2h
Not all residents are happy with grass cutting but I say we need more than ever and should be number one on the to do list for the . Personally, I'd love to put wild flower seeds in these areas too! The wildlife would boom! 🌿🐝🌼
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NewProContainers.com 4h
"Some doctors are sending their patients for a walk on the beach to treat what ails them." Read more >>>
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yogalime 11h
Research confirms benefits of - is concrete city & a crime that ltd & by was uprooted & replaced with fake grass last year
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GSOSunflowerProject Jun 16
Grand Rising on this beautiful Sunday!!! Happy Fathers Day!
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Frome Town Council 5h
Its busy, busy at Victoria Park and Mary Baily - new benches to watch the world go by and new bins to help keep the skatepark nice and tidy. Thanks Rangers!
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QUB Finance Green Impact 20h
Lunchtime walking tour of Botanic Gardens organised by for - guide Adrienne introduced us to the whole gardens. The roses are blooming beautifully! 🌹🌹🌹
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imbybio Jun 17
Its lovely to hear about what can achieve when they come together, and make the most of in cities:
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Nafsika Michail 11h
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Greater Pollok A I R Jun 14
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food grower Jun 14
It’s a medical fact: Spending time , especially in , is good for you. How Much Is Enough? 120 Minutes a Week, Doctors Say
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Parsons and Co. 21h
"It was found that children from greener neighborhoods were less likely to develop nearly any diagnosable mental illness." Super interesting article about and the influence of on our brains and development. Thanks !
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GPGB.Org 8h
"Interior designers for some companies are adopting a solution that boosts workplace allure on both counts and energizes spaces: living green walls." Read more >>>
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Steve Dyke 3h
Spending two hours a week in nature is linked to better health and well-being via
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greenspace scotland 9h
A fantastic way for folk with mobility issues or older people to get out into our urban . Love it!
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ISGlobal Jun 14
Young 👧 who live near a major 🚦are twice as likely to score lower on tests of communications skills than those who live farther away, new research indicates
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