How a city is designed will clearly have an effect on how green and efficient it is capable of being. A city with an exemplary public transportation system, for example, is one way that the design and infrastructure of a city affects its greenness. Being pedestrian and bike friendly are other ways that encourage a certain kind of lifestyle. There are of course, many factors that also contribute to how green (or un-green) a city is.
Absolutely. The design is an external representation of the core values. The foundation its built on contributes to its functionality. In addition to strategic placement, the materials used can also maximize efficiency. Integrating community gardenns can also open good opportunity for supporting green movements.
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