The lack of air circulation and comprehensive greening concepts in the city not only leads to fine dust hotspots, but heat also clogs up between buildings on hot days. So-called urban heat islands develop. Even at night, it often does not cool down because the dark buildings and streets store and release the heat. Advancing climate change is adding fuel to the problem. Serious damage to human and natural health is the result. The cardiovascular system in particular suffers from the enormous heat stress in cities. According to the European Environment Agency, heat waves will soon be responsible for 130,000 premature deaths in Europe every year.
We are creating green oases of fresh air that are not only pleasantly cool, but also smell wonderfully like forest.