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Urban Vegetation in Air Quality Management: A Review and Policy Framework

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Recent episodes of high air pollution concentration levels in many Polish cities indicate the urgent need for policy change and for the integration of various aspects of urban development into a common platform for local air quality management. In this article, the focus was placed on the prospects of improving urban air quality through proper design and protection of vegetation systems within local spatial planning strategies. Recent studies regarding the mitigation of air pollution by urban greenery due to deposition and aerodynamic effects were reviewed, with special attention given to the design guidelines resulting from these studies and their applicability in the process of urban planning. The conclusions drawn from the review were used to conduct three case studies: in Gdańsk, Warsaw, and Poznan, Poland. The existing local urban planning regulations for the management of urban greenery were critically evaluated in relation to the findings of the review. The results indicate that the current knowledge regarding the improvement of urban air quality by vegetation is not applied in the process of urban planning to a sufficient degree. Some recommendations for alternative provisions were discussed.

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Sustainability nr 12, strony 1 - 28,
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angielski
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2020
Opis bibliograficzny:
Badach J., Dymnicka M., Baranowski A.: Urban Vegetation in Air Quality Management: A Review and Policy Framework// Sustainability -Vol. 12,iss. 3 (2020), s.1-28
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Cyfrowy identyfikator dokumentu elektronicznego (otwiera się w nowej karcie) 10.3390/su12031258
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