UrbanByNature - The Global Programme for Urban Nature Pioneers
Invites you to its next webinar on
"What are your city's needs and experiences on nature-based solutions?"
Date: 29 May 2019
Time: 10-11:00 AM (BRT), 3-4:00 PM (CEST)
In this webinar, experts and cities working on nature-based solutions will share how they identified their city’s needs and experiences in this field. This allowed them to better understand their starting point for planning and implementing nature-based interventions. The speakers will outline how they spotted barriers and opportunities, as well as potentials for ensuring that solutions result in city-wide benefits.
Speakers for this webinar are:
- Dr. Stuart Connop, Senior Research Fellow - Sustainability Research Institute, University of East London (UK)
- Stephan Kampelmann and Adrian Hill, OSMOS (Belgium)
- Natalia Madajczyk, Head of Unit for Interdisciplinary Projects, City of Poznań (Poland); Agnieszka Dziubała, Connecting Nature Project Officer, City of Poznań (Poland); and Agnieszka Osipiuk, Chief Specialist for Interdisciplinary Projects, City of Poznań (Poland)
The webinar will be moderated by Alice Reil and Daniela Rizzi (ICLEI Europe) and Sophia Picarelli (ICLEI South America).
In this webinar, participants will learn about:
- the current status of urban nature-based solutions globally
- the Connecting Nature project and the planning of nature-based solutions for city-wide benefits
- the ambitions of leading cities to plan for nature-based solutions
- the benefits of having an institution as well as Small- and Medium-Enterprises developing processes for exploring city needs and experiences together
- Poznan’s experiences with nature-based solutions and lessons learnt along the way towards implementation
There will be time for questions as well.
If you were not able to join our kick-off webinar, please take a look at the webinar videos, now uploaded on the Connecting Nature YouTube channel.
Please, also save the date for our third webinar, which will be held on 11 July 2019, 15:00-16:00 CEST (10:00-11:00 Brasília time). More information will follow.