On April 25, the Portuguese bank holiday which marks the peaceful Carnation Revolution of 1974, also known as Freedom Day, Gonçalo Canto Moniz, Coordinator of the URBiNAT project, reflected the impacts of the COVID19 pandemic on the inclusive dimension of Public Space, identifying the opportunities and risks facing the rights to the city.
[Covid-19 🇵🇹] VIDEO: COVID-19 is heightening our preceptions of how access to public spaces affects the physical, social and mental health of citizens
May 6, 2020
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[In the News 🇫🇷] Frontrunner city Nantes uses participatory methods to engage young citizens in the planting of “Mini Big Forests”
The benefits of planting trees in cities, and the value of the ecological services they provide, have been well-understood for at least as far back as...