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  • Green Infrastructure incorporates natural systems and functions into our built environment to mitigate the negative impacts that development has on water management, natural heritage, and agricultural systems in our communities.

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  • The Greenbelt provides $3.2B annually in final ecosystem services, in addition to storing over $11.7B in carbon. Find out more in the report by Green Analytics and Sustainable Prosperity.

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  • Benefits of farming in the Greenbelt include natural and locational advantages. Find out more in a study that looks at how agriculture has changed over time the Greenbelt.


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