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Urban Green Spaces
Urban Green Spaces comprises of all urban parks, forests and related vegetation that add value to the inhabitants in an urban area. Urban trees includes trees
growing both within the built environment as well as road-side avenues and public places in urban systems.
Three main components of urban forest and green spaces are: Patch (urban domestic gardens, public and private parks, gardens, urban forest patches etc.), Corridor (roadside avenues, walkways and urban greenways etc.), and Network structure (layout of all the patches and the corridors connecting the patches).
Green Spaces includes landscaped natural areas composed of trees and vegetation. Greenspaces contribute to ecological diversity and environmental integrity. This includes the effective management of these spaces, in order to maintain biodiversity and visual appeal.

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