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Even tiny green spaces in cities help urban wildlife biodiversity

 



Increasing the number of plants in cities provides a big and rapid boost to biodiversity, according to a four-year study in Melbourne, Australia. The findings add to the evidence that the greening measures many cities are starting to take can make a huge difference to wildlife, in addition to their other benefits.

“Adding more indigenous plant species to a small green space can greatly contribute to positive ecological outcomes in a short period of time,” says Luis Mata at the University 

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