Green infrastructure: Keeping London comfortable, clean and prepared for the future

Cities need to adapt fast to prepare for a hotter, wetter and more crowded future. Rachel Salvidge looks at the role of green infrastructure in keeping the capital comfortable

by Rachel Salvidge
The Rubens Hotel in London has a 350 cubic metre living green wall. Credit: Red Carnation Hotels
The Rubens Hotel in London has a 350 cubic metre living green wall. Credit: Red Carnation Hotels

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