"London’s Wild West End project is a prime example. Launched in 2015,
the scheme set out to turn the city’s fragmented natural landscape into
a place where native species could thrive, weaving pockets of greenery
across rooftops, at street level and along the sides of buildings. The
goal was simple: to create pathways of natural habitat along which
wildlife can travel and flourish unfettered by human activity.
With seven of London’s largest property developers on board, progress
has been swift — today, more than 2,500 square meters of green space
stretch across the cityscape, encompassing dozens of green roofs, flower
walls, foliage patches, planters, beehives and boxes inhabited by bats,
birds and butterflies."
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*** Xanni ***
Chief Scientist, Xanadu
Partner, Glass Wings
Manager, Serious Cybernetics