Green belt (disambiguation)
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Green belt or greenbelt is an area of protected open space around an urban area.
Green belt may also refer to:
- Open spaces
- Greenbelt (Golden Horseshoe), protected area in the Greater Toronto Area, Canada
- Greenbelt (Ottawa), protected area near Ottawa, Canada
- Green belt (United Kingdom), fourteen protected areas in the United Kingdom
- Metropolitan Green Belt, protected area around London, United Kingdom
- Santo Domingo Greenbelt, a greenbelt surrounding the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
- Staten Island Greenbelt, New York City
- Greenbelt, Maryland, a city near Washington, D.C., named for its green belt
- Roads and paths
- Green Belt (Pittsburgh), one of the six marked highway road routes of the Pittsburgh/Allegheny County Belt System
- Boise greenbelt, an urban trail system in Boise, Idaho
- Bering Sea Greenbelt, the continental shelf break area of the Bering Sea
- European Green Belt, a body of conservationists who seek to preserve the de facto wildlife preserves that developed along the former Iron Curtain
- Green Belt Movement, a grassroots non-governmental organization based in Kenya that focuses on environmental conservation and community development.
- Green Belt of Glory, a set of memorial facilities at the forefront of the battle for Leningrad
- Greenbelt festival, an annual Christian arts festival in England
- Greenbelt (Ayala Center), a large shopping mall in Makati City, the Philippines
- Green belt, also known as the Habitable zone, a region of space where an Earth-like planet can maintain liquid water on its surface and Earth-like life.
- Green belt, a rank of achievement in several martial arts systems, most notably Karate, Taekwondo, and Judo
- Six Sigma Green Belt, a certification level of the Six Sigma processes
- Green girdle (or belt), a token in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
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