time: 25 May 2018, 11:07
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Attending the inaugural IPCC Cities and Climate Change meeting Harriet Bulkeley finds plenty of interest in nature-based solutions and a commitment to strengthening collaboration between researchers, policy-makers and practitioners
How nature-based solutions can help the city to tackle past and future challenges.
Reflections from the European conference on nature-based solutions in Tallinn, Estonia.
Trees as a common responsibility: How Malmö is trying to protect their tree stock
Mobile Lab is a new methodology to explore a phenomenon by directly engaging with the city, its infrastructure, people and nature.
How a network of sensors can help to increase the resilience of cities and the well-being of its citizens.
Presenting at the 11th bi-annual EcoCities Conference, Harriet Bulkeley finds ecocities to be an idea that has run its time and one we need more than ever
Three of our researchers attended an international workshop on green infrastructure for sustainable urban planning in Bucharest.
Greening cities, such as through green roofs, is an attractive investment to limit heat impacts from climate change.
Can the transfer of responsibility save the future of Newcastle's parks?
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