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

Community growing – networks for nature Abi Mordin, Glasgow Community Food Initiative  

The Children’s Wood Glasgow, Scotland Emily Cutts

Creating a metropolitan park in Pavlos Melas Maria Mavroudi, Municipality of Pavlos Melas

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

Isobel Fletcher (Horizon Nua)  1, 2

Pauline Georgiou (University of East London)

Belma Pasic (SERDA), Nermina Suljević (City of Sarajevo)  

UrbanbyNature capacity-building programme goes westwards - meet the Brazilian hub