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From Brownfield to Greenspace: Sustainable Urban Land Use

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Catalogue Number:  MPE001
Producer:  Motion Pictures Enterprises Inc.
Producing Agencies:  Motion Pictures Enterprises Inc.
Subject:  Environmental Studies, Geography, Science
Language:  English
Grade Level:  6 - 8, 9 - 12, Post Secondary
Country Of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  2017
Running Time:  13:23


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Using the example of a former landfill site, From Brownfield to Greenspace: Sustainable Urban Land Use creates an understanding of the opportunities to convert contaminated land, called brownfields, to urban greenspaces. Through various learning experiences, students can understand what a brownfield is and how it can be remediated and converted to urban greenspace.  When students plant trees and native shrubs in former wasteland, it transforms the neighbourhood. Rehabilitating disused land to create greenspaces has a positive impact on people, wildlife, communities, and the environment. Resource Guide Available.

  


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