Day 1 - 23 March 2021
Reducing the risks - Nature-based solutions for biodiversity, climate change mitigation and adaptation, water management and extreme weather events.
Welcome - setting out the importance of urban nature-based solutions in Glasgow and Scotland and explaining how they feed into the European Union’s strategy.
Innovating with nature-based solutions in our cities
Big climate challenge – how cities can adapt and innovate using nature-based solutions
Reducing the risks innovation cafes
GrowGreen in Wroclaw, our learning on nature-based solutions Malgorzata Bartyna-Zielinska, Grow Green
A green wall for kids in kindergarten Shushanik Asmaryan, Center for Ecological-Noosphere Studies
Malls Mire Community Woodland, Scotland Emma Iller, Urban Roots
What do citizens think about urban environments? Mamuka Gvilava, GIS and RS Consulting Center GeoGraphic
Orchards, agroforestry: how to create urban food forests? Fergus Walker, The Orchard Project
Towards a carbon conscious place: The Shetland Islands Laura Hainey, A&DS
Building natural networks and delivering the deal with stakeholders
Day 2 - 24 March 2021
Healing sick cities - Nature-based solutions for health, wellbeing, place-based planning, human scale, food growing and food provision.
Day 2 welcome and summary of previous day
Naturally Smart Cities – innovating with data to support nature-based solutions
Healing sick cities innovation cafes
Green health pathways to healthier cities Ian MacKenzie, Edinburgh & Lothians Health Foundation and Theresa Martin, Glasgow City Council
From natural playgrounds to floating gardens, Poznań, Poland Natalia Madajczyk, City of Poznan
Horticultural Therapy as a path to employment and wellbeing Richard Walsh, SACRO The Garden Project
The Children’s Wood Glasgow, Scotland Emily Cutts
Glasgow – a National Park City? Dominic Hall, Glasgow National Park City
Young Placechangers programme, Scotland Ea O'Neill, greenspace scotland
URBAN GreenUP, new strategy for renaturing cities - Spain,Raul Sanchez, Urban Green Up
Where art and business collide: imagining urban nature-based solutions for health and wellbeing
UrbanbyNature capacity-building programme goes westwards - meet the Brazilian hub
Day 3 - 25 March 2021
Routes to recovery – Nature-based solutions for a green recovery, policy that supports natural infrastructure, nature-based enterprise, skills and employability.
Day 3 welcome and summary of previous day
UrbanbyNature – meeting the Caucasian, Chinese and Korean streams
New green deal – can nature-based solutions aid city recovery?
Accelerating innovation and start-ups in the nature-based economy
Entrepreneurial enterprises – service design for nature-based solutions training