Photo by tim p (originally published on HoL in a short photo post)
Biodiversity is declining globally but one option for helping to reverse this issue is to improve natural spaces in cities for wildlife. This research project is exploring ways in which people perceive nature-based solutions to urban planning problems so that we can better enhance cities for people and nature.
Researchers at the University of Leeds want to understand how you, the general public, feel about different types of vegetation in urban areas. They've designed a simple questionnaire to help evaluate your perception of how vegetation and ecosystems work in urban areas.
This research has been organised by a postgraduate researcher at the University of Leeds and is funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).