8 cities rewilding their urban spaces

The Gardens by the Bay have transformed Singapore from a "Garden city" to a "City in a Garden. Image: Unsplash/Sergio Sala Avatar of user Sergio Sala Sergio Sala

Linnea Harris

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Gardens by the Bay, Singapore. Image: Unsplash/Sergio Sala

A new vision for the empty Broadmarsh shopping center in the city of Nottingham. Image: Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust / Influence

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The city of Haerbin, China has fostered a wetland in the middle of the city. Image: The Qunli National Urban Wetland. Turenscape

One Central Park in Chippendale. Image: Sardaka / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY 3.0

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