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Urban permaculture is the application of permaculture principles and practices in urban environments to create sustainable, resilient, and regenerative urban ecosystems. It involves designing and managing urban spaces, such as gardens, parks, rooftops, and community spaces, to mimic natural ecosystems and maximize ecological productivity while meeting the needs of human communities. Urban permaculture integrates principles such as observation, diversity, resilience, and resource efficiency to create multifunctional and productive urban landscapes. Key elements of urban permaculture may include edible landscaping, food forests, rainwater harvesting, composting, urban agriculture, renewable energy systems, waste reduction, and community engagement. By incorporating permaculture into urban design and planning, cities can promote food security, biodiversity, green spaces, and community resilience while mitigating the environmental impacts of urbanization and climate change.