With an urban design mimicking natural forests, Colombia's second-largest city cools dramatically in just three years

Reasons to be Cheerful explains how "green corridors" that mimic natural forests are driving down a Colombian city's temperatures.

Peter Yeung for Reasons to be Cheerful
Posted 4/11/24

Reasons to be Cheerful explains how "green corridors" that mimic natural forests are driving down a Colombian city's temperatures.

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