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BiodiverCities: how infrastructure could transform the urban relationship with nature

Cheonggyecheon, an 11km recreation space in Seoul, South Korea, shows how nature can be worked into the urban fabric. Image: Wikicommons

Ivan Duque

President of Colombia, Office of the President of Colombia

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