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There is a growing demand for ‘everyday nature’ as part of the solution to the liveability of cities, but it’s more than just urban greening; it’s generating daily doses of …

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This week we’ll explore approaches for choosing nature based solutions to address diverse challenges and how to deliver nature based solutions for cities, overcoming key barriers and engaging stakeholders. Watch …

What’s on for next week?

Next week, we’ll dive deeper into the key elements of design to help us answer the big question: ‘‘How can nature help us overcome the challenges facing cities?’ This week …

Urban GreenUp

Making cities more sustainable and less harmful for the environment is one of humanity’s top priorities. Different approaches in this direction can be adopted. So far, renaturing urban plans by …

Diversity of nature based solutions

Nature-based solutions have been proposed as a family of approaches that can help society adapt to climate change and mitigate its impacts, enhance ecosystem services, and produce societal co-benefits. Across …

Biodiverse urban greening and wellbeing

The dominant approach to measuring the relationship between green space and health and well-being is to treat all vegetation cover as equal. However, there is evidence to assume that variations …

A focus on health and wellbeing

A growing body of research suggests contact with nature provides a multitude of long term health benefits and can be an important factor in disease prevention and health promotion for …

Where to from here?

We hope that you’ve enjoyed learning about approaches to bringing nature into urban centres. We also hope you found the learning materials – and the opportunity to be part of …

Engaging the public

What collaborations are needed to make NbS a success? NbS have multiple benefits for multiple stakeholders. In this video, stakeholders were interviewed about who can or should come together to …