Author | Patricia LicerasPublic parks are an intrinsic part of urban life. However, while technology today is changing practically every aspect of our lives, it is hardly being used in the design of these green areas which, apart from providing services for citizens, absorb CO2 and act as screens against noise and pollution.In order to make progress in this regard, the UCLA Luskin Centre for innovation, which seeks to resolve today’s environmental challenges, has launched SMART Parks, a collection of new technologies for park designers to implement in these spaces.
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