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Extended City Team Meeting in Letchworth

Extended City Team Meeting in Letchworth

How do we showcase the Garden City of the Future? This is one of the central questions that a local team of city representatives, food activists and design researchers explored during last week’s two-day working meeting in Letchworth, UK. Joined by Vic Borrill,...

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@cretus_usc @lavozdegalicia @cretus @UniversidadeUSC this is also very relevant for food production of nature-based solutions in green cities.. we are studying something similar (but more related to pharmaceuticals and contaminants of emerging concern) in @edicitnet @HydrousaProject @quim_comas @GigiButtiglieri @TorrensArmengol

Princeton researchers found that #gardening at home brings high levels of happiness. The results suggest that household gardens could be key to providing #foodsecurity in urban areas and making cities more sustainable and livable. #NatureBasedSolutions https://t.co/Iu4H9wASmx

Hey, I made a tool you can use to choose the right green infrastructure for your city- stuff like trees, green roofs, green walls and raingardens. It's free, and it worked in the seven cities that used it thus far. Let me know if you give it a crack!

https://www.rmit.edu.au/news/all-news/2020/may/new-digital-tool-provides-green-solutions
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