Connectivity Solutions

Photo of Portland area by Mike Houck, Urban Greenspaces Institute

Tools and resources here value:

a. Documenting and overtly valuing nature benefits (e.g. clean air and water, sustenance, aesthetics) from outside the city confines, and how nature mitigates climate change impacts on cities
b. Creating and preserving natural boundaries and habitat corridors allowing species to successfully migrate
c. Preventing damaging pollution “downstream” and “downwind” from the city and ways cities negatively impact the watershed and greater bioregion
d. Recognizing and acting to protect nature’s role in the productivity of farms and fisheries

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August 9, 2015