Zones that are kept undeveloped provide inner-city districts with a circulating supply of fresh air. Development in these zones (buildings, dams, woodland, etc.) is deliberately restricted so currents of fresh air can flow freely. Thus, new air corridors are an important tool for regulating the microclimate in cities.

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