Natalie Jeremijenko, The art of the eco-mindshift
At the 7:30 mark:
Another example of neighborhood micro-parks, but in this case they are installed in order to replace the asphalt (an impervious surface that causes pollutants to pool on the street and wash directly into estuaries). These tiny parks improve the urban environment’s capacity to intercept pollutants.
(At the end of the video, there is a description of the river LED project I posted earlier. Great stuff!)