Greening surface in order of sustainable development and environmental protection in urban areas

Published in Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation Earth Observation & Surveying, Environment Engineering, Vol. I
Written by Marijana JOVANOVIĆ, Bojana BEKIĆ, Lana NASTIĆ

In this paper will be covered the previous works on the preservation of the environment of city urban areas, which can mobilize resources of urban agriculture. The need for creating favorable environment for human life in the last decade become a key issue, ie. how to repair the problems of environmental pollution from the products of human activity, and how to change the an awareness of such a lifestyle. The reduction of green areas, with a disproportionate increase in the number transport vehicles and pollution from agriculture and other economic activities, inducing specific "urban" environment. Its characteristics condition the temperature rise of 2-6 degrees of cities, increased concentration of pollutants harmful to human health, as well as the disappearance of plant species typical for the locality. In order to increase the surface area covered with vegetation, and in accordance with horticultural principles, characteristics can be used for special purpose lawn. The lawn is an integral part of bio-gases, which fully reflects, by combining vegetables, flowers and ornamental trees. It is therefore important to know the possibilities for utilization of grass species, as well as respect for the calendar works entering the lawn and measure their recovery in order to get the desired results. In this way will be possible to integrate the point of production from the standpoint of environmental protection. With respect to the concept of urban and peri-urban agriculture, with food production in urban conditions, together with landscaping of public and private property there will be favorable conditions for sustainable development of rural and urban areas.

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Jovanović M., Bekić B., Nastić L., 2012, Greening surface in order of sustainable development and environmental protection in urban areas. Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation Earth Observation & Surveying, Environment Engineering, Vol. I, ISSN-L 2285-6064, 28-33.

 


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