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Water-smart green roofs and plazas make a splash in Rotterdam
by Megan Rowling
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16 July 2019
On 16 July 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
A decade ago, Rotterdam's rundown inner-city Zomerhofkwartier district was slated for redevelopment -- a project that was shelved when a global economic crisis hit. Today, however, the 'ZoHo' district is home to young entrepreneurs, a rain garden blooming with flowers, and -- like other central neighbourhoods of this Dutch port city -- a new sense of green purpose.
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