Thursday, 11 July 2019

UrbanByNature- The Global Programme for Urban Nature Pioneers

Invites you to its next webinar on

"How to co-create nature-based solutions?" 

Date: 11 July 2019

Time: 10:00-11:00 AM (BRT), 3:00-4:00 PM (CEST).

This webinar will bring content to the table with 3 diverse inputs from:

  • Katharina Hölscher (Research Fellow) and Marleen Lodder (Research Fellow), Dutch Research Institute For Transitions (DRIFT), Rotterdam (Netherlands)
  • Mien Quartier (Expert in Social Innovation) and Gerarda Lamerichs, City of Genk (Belgium)
  • Ana Clara Pellegrino and Raquel Cruz, Secretary of Environment, Water Resources and Sustainability of Niteroi, Department of Urban Ecology and Climate Change, City of Niterói (Brazil)

The webinar will be moderated by Alice Reil and Daniela Rizzi (ICLEI Europe) as well as Sophia Picarelli (ICLEI South America). There will be also time for an interactive poll and a question-and-answer-round with you.
 
In this webinar you will learn about:

  • why co-creation matters
  • the concept of co-creation
  • design principles for co-creation
  • conditions for putting co-creation into practice
  • do's and don't's
  • the experiences of Niterói (Brazil) with co-creation in the field of urban sustainability
  • the experiences of Genk (Belgium) with co-creation for planning nature-based solutions

To view the agenda please click here.

To register for the webinar, use the following link - and, please, don't forget to add the webinar to your personal calendar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5343240981550106379

Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to join the webinar.
Please, note: we strongly recommend you to join the webinar via computer since GoToWebinar doesn’t support sound for the videos (shown during the webinar) for those joining via phone.
 
If you have any questions, please contact: daniela.rizzi@iclei.org (ICLEI Europe) or larissa.heinisch@iclei.org (ICLEI South America).

If you haven't registered for the UrbanByNature Programme yet, please, click here.