How to put nature into our neighbourhoods: application of Low Impact Urban Design and Development (LIUDD) principles, with a biodiversity focus, for New Zealand developers and homeowners
Keywordsenvironmental impact; environmental management; city planning; biological diversity; urban ecology; conservation; community development; sustainable development; nature heritage; Low Impact Urban Design and Development (LIUDD)
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