New developments have made people look at such concepts as "green technologies", "sustainable development" and "robust city" differently. Nowadays a "green city" is a much wider concept than a city with a sufficient number of parks. What is an eco-framework/green framework and green infrastructure? How can city landscapes meet today's challenges, including climatic ones? How can robustness of a city framework be improved considering a threat of new virus pandemics? What "green" technologies in field of construction can make the city safer and cleaner? What is a "healthy building"?
Does It Come Down to Greenery Only? What Green Cities and "Green Architecture" are Really Capable of
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Ilya MochalovPracticing Landscape Architect; Director of the company "Ilya Mochalov and Partners". Russia
Eva RadionovaBureau Manager, NovaScape, lecturer, Academy of Architecture Amsterdam, Consultant, Landscape Architect, Municipality of Amsterdam. Netherlands