A review on the role of green vegetation in improving urban environmental quality

Asif Raihan

Article ID: 2387
Vol 4, Issue 2, 2023
DOI: https://doi.org/10.54517/ec.v4i2.2387
VIEWS - 147 (Abstract)

Abstract

The exacerbation of climate change impacts within metropolitan areas is a well-documented phenomenon, often leading to severe consequences that pose significant risks to human populations. The impact of urban vegetation and planting design on these factors can be observed. However, it is worth mentioning that while there is an extensive body of literature on the consequences of climate change, there is a relatively small number of studies specifically focused on examining the role of vegetation as a mitigating factor in urban environments. This review paper aims to critically examine existing studies pertaining to the role of urban vegetation in mitigating the detrimental effects of the urban environment. The objective is to offer practical recommendations that can be implemented by city planners. By conducting a comprehensive examination of the literature available in Scopus, Web of Science, and Google Scholar, employing specific keywords pertaining to urban vegetation and climate change, we have identified five prominent concerns pertaining to the urban environment. These concerns encompass particulate matter, gaseous pollution, noise pollution, water runoff, and the urban heat island effect. The present analysis highlights that the impact of urban vegetation on the negative consequences of climate change cannot be unequivocally classified as either positive or negative. This is due to the fact that the influence of urban greenery is intricately connected to factors such as the arrangement, makeup, and dispersion of vegetation, as well as the specific management criteria employed. Hence, this research has the potential to enhance comprehension of the multifaceted nature of urban green spaces and establish a solid groundwork for subsequent investigations.


Keywords

climate change; urban pollution; green vegetation; urban forestry; city resilience; mitigation

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179. Raihan A. A systematic review of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in agriculture for evidence-based decision making and sustainability. Global Sustainability Research 2024; 3(1): 1–24. doi: 10.56556/gssr.v3i1.636

180. Raihan A. Energy, economy, financial development, and ecological footprint in Singapore. Energy Economics Letters 2024; 11(1): 29–40. doi: 10.55493/5049.v11i1.5027

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182. Raihan A. The interrelationship amid carbon emissions, tourism, economy, and energy use in Brazil. Carbon Research 2024; 3: 11. doi: 10.1007/s44246-023-00084-y

183. Raihan A. Artificial intelligence and machine learning applications in forest management and biodiversity conservation. Natural Resources Conservation and Research 2023; 6(2): 3825. doi: 10.24294/nrcr.v6i2.3825

184. Raihan A. A review of agroforestry as a sustainable and resilient agriculture. Journal of Agriculture Sustainability and Environment 2023; 2(1): 35–58.

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