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Journal: International journal of ecosystems and ecology science (IJEES) (Vol.5, No. 1)

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Page : 17-22

Keywords : Green Tissue; City Centres; developing; urban population;

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In rapidly developing countries in the world, the number of urban population and urban growth by further increasing the value of land and leads to high density the construction of the structure. This loss can change the green space in cities and is seen as the root cause of many environmental problems in these areas. Living in those urban built environment can need to get breathe under the pressure of parks, gardens and so on. Dwindling green spaces around buildings, streets and sidewalks of the urban, daily life continued moving away from nature day by day. Give more space to green space in urban areas in search of nature at every opportunity with the integration of assessment and conservation of natural resources are important issues on the world agenda, environmental issues in global scale such as climate change, the built environment, increase the "green" awareness and cities with the natural environment, and creating conditions future use of natural resources gives direction to work on building new habitats. Thus today's rapidly devolving urbanization destructive effects everyday minimize the life and to built environment is under pressure to sustain the people who have green space/area/front/surface alternatives to provide recently produced an ecological and aesthetic green tissue alternatives that we are need.

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