time: 26 October 2020, 13:10
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Nature-based solutions hold the potential to drive the urban sustainability agenda and meet societal challenges but how are the benefits of new urban nature to be distributed and through what means?
The Roerplein Pocket Park is one of Utrecht’s prime examples of a successful citizen-led nature-based solution.
Work underway to review the Urban Nature Atlas containing 1,000 examples of nature-based solutions from 100 European cities.
Utrecht's new green roof policy: A step-by-step approach
With key conferences for climate and biodiversity on the horizon, a workshop in Brussels this month shone a spotlight on how nature-based solutions are rising up the policy agenda
As the Resilient City Congress celebrated its 10th anniversary during the last week in June in Bonn, the development of resilient cities seems to enter a new phase.
How Sweden is tackling the challenge of addressing carbon targets as well as urban greening.
Bridging the knowledge between research, policy and practice
New research suggests that it’s time to pay attention to the nature in our backyard
Naturvation researcher Helen Toxopeus joined the Climate Finance Conference in Paris to gain insight into the most innovative initiatives aimed to accelerate the financing of the UN SDGs & Paris Climate Agenda.
This project has been funded bythe European Union’s Horizon 2020research and innovation programmeunder grant agreement No. 730243
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