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Greener, healthier, more sustainable: why cities of the future need more biodiversity

Biodiversity is an indicator of an ecosystem's health. By improving biodiversity, we can improve the health of an ecosystem's residents. Image: REUTERS/Mark Blinch

Viktor Weber
Founder & Director, Future Real Estate Institute
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