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Rijnvliet Edible Neighborhood (landezine.com)

Using ideas submitted by residents, Rijnvliet is implementing an ecologically resilient 150,000 m2 urban food forest with over 200 species of (edible) flora that doubles up as green infrastructure offering recreational benefits and ecosystem services, including water management, reduction of heat, and cleaning the air.

Is there research on how a transition from cars to trains might be achieved? Or any examples?

The cities where I live where obviously designed for cars, are there any proposals on how to transition cities built to favour cars over to other forms of transportation or examples of cities that have done so? I know it’s probably possible but my imagination is limited.

Vanlife, as a concept, is not a green lifestyle.

Vanlife is, as its name implies, living full time in a van instead of a house or apartment. It's a movement that has been steadily growing in popularity, and I have heard many tout it as an eco friendly way of living, which is why, they claim, everyone should be living in vans....

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