Cities are often thought of as concrete jungles, but underneath and in between the concrete are soil and water, precious natural resources that cities depend on. Urban planners and policy-makers often overlook these valuable, local assets as unimportant. But scientists researching soil and water have found ways to harness the potential of these ignored resources, saving cities money on energy and drinking water and reducing the environmental impact of urban development.
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