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Cities are facing major challenges due to the effects of climate change and increasing social inequalities.
Urban regeneration processes need to be more and more inclusive and involve citizens in co-creating the solutions for their territory to tackle environmental risks, economic difficulties, slow mobility, and healthy food challenges.
To achieve this, the governance model that guides our cities must create democratic platforms where the decision-making process is shared with the local community.
URBiNAT is working on this agenda since 2018 by developing concepts, methods and tools that have been tested in eight very different cities. Now that URBiNAT is coming to an end in March 2024, it is time to share this experience with other people interested and amplify our community of practice.
- Start date: 1 March 2024
- End date: 17 May 2024
- Application deadline: 15 February 2024
Addressing municipal technicians and professionals with a stake in territorial management, community mediators and facilitators, local stakeholders, and grad students, researchers and professionals, the course aims to introduce participants to the co-creation of nature-based solutions in the territories they live, work or study. It offers an open and flexible methodology that allows participants to simulate the activation of their living lab and develop a co-creation process to implement NBS.