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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,...



On 24 October 2019, the annual meeting of EdiCitNet - Edible Cities Network ('Edible Cities Network') was held in Sant Feliu del Llobregat. The event brought together experts on NBS and representatives from different cities and universities from all over Europe. After...

Letchworth Garden City team visits Brighton food provision projects

Letchworth Garden City team visits Brighton food provision projects

This Monday, Vic Borrill (Brighton & Hove Food Partnership) and Katrin Bohn (University of Brighton) welcomed visitors from Letchworth Garden City to the City of Brighton & Hove. As part of the Horizon2020 innovation action project EdiCitNet, the Letchworth...

EdiCitNet Twitter tweets

Join us on 5th March 2020 for Urban By Nature webinar # 7 'Reflexive Monitoring' register and find out more below. @ConnectingNBS @ICLEI_Europe @CitiesWNature #naturebasedsolutions

100% of people using #community #gardens in Brighton & Hove say that they their #happiness increased as a result of taking part. #growing #mentalhealth #health #food #VegPower #PeasPlease @MindBrighton #goldfoodcitybid
(photo credit Simon Dak)

🗞️ Avui @LaVanguardia en paper es fa ressò del nou obrador de pasta i pizza
ecològica únic a Catalunya de la @grupFRN i @AlimentsOnyar

✍️ @barbarajulbe

🚦 I, a més, col.loquen un semàfor verd a Pepita Perich, directora-gerent de la Fundació Ramon Noguera 😃


@JoanaAmerica today’s defending her PhD on nature-based solutions for greywater treatment at @la_UPC ; good pollutants removal but additional benefits also provided by #NBS; currently applying and extending her great knowledge at @edicitnet @TechIcra

The show featured work aligning with themes of community-based stewardship, civic engagement & social infrastructure. Photography, drawing & performance, these artists amplified the work of stewards & the landscapes and neighborhoods with which they work

In the future there could be a series of exhibitions similar to New York's—Who Takes Care of Paris? Who Takes Care of Cairo? Who Takes Care of Delhi?—featuring the faces & actions of stewards in each city combined with artistic perspectives on that work

On Tuesday, February 18 2020, @SenSWBerlin will hold a Workshop about the #Socialimpact of #EdibleCitySolutions. We are really looking forward to this Event.

Our follower #cities have in the first half of the UNaLab project had several workshops with the aim to create their own roadmaps for #naturebasedsolutions 🌿 What have they learned and what do they look forward to in the project's second half? Find out ➡️

“We describe the vision of Biophilic Cities as one of immersive nature — nature is not just something to be found in a park here and there that you have to walk to, but rather we need to re-imagine the city AS a park, or AS a forest,” says @TimBeatley

The rise of biophilic — or nature friendly — cities

More cities are working to incorporate nature throughout, beyond parks.

[News coverage] #Nantes Nord #LivingLab : une application participative pour imaginer le futur du quartier (A participative app to imagine the future of the district #SuperBarrio @NantesMetropole @nantesfr @nantesandco @KHildinghamann

Read our journey to include food growing in developments around #Brighton & Hove. We've had great support to date & the story continues. @EsmeeFairbairn @edicitnet @LoveLetchworth @BrightonHoveCC @FoodCities

Calling all Nature-Based Enterprises we would like to invite you to participate in our 'Survey on Nature-Based Enterprises (NBEs)' which is live in 10 languages on our website now - #naturebasedsolutions

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