PUBLICATIONS, Sofia — December 16, 2022
[Research Paper 🇧🇬] Findings of URBiNAT’s Frontrunner City Sofia presented at several international conferences
Associate professors Milena Tasheva-Petrova and Elena Dimitrova, University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy (UACEG), Sofia, Bulgaria, presented findings from URBiNAT in a number of international conferences.
December 9, 2022
Network Nature visualisation of H2020 projects working on Nature-Based Solutions
Sister H2020 project NetworkNature has produced an attractive visualisation that gives an overview of Horizon projects on NBS across ecosystems and societal challenges. It contains more than 24 illustrations on ecosystems and societal challenges, together with an overall visualisation of all the ecosystems and societal challenges in a sole image.
Porto — December 7, 2022
[Porto 🇵🇹] Work meeting between partners of the development of the Campanhã Healthy Corridor
The second meeting of the COT.CS – Working Commission for the Healthy Corridor of Campanhã – an initiative integrated in the URBiNAT project and whose measures will be embodied in the future Alameda de Cartes Park was held .
BEST PRACTICES, Nantes — December 5, 2022
[Nantes 🇫🇷] 2022 Science Festival – Two days of scientific events at the Stendhal College in Nantes Nord
On the occasion of the 2022 Science Festival (Fête de la Science), on 13 & 14 Oct. 2022 members of IRSTV organized a several scientific events in partnership with the Stendhal College in Nantes Nord.
Nantes — November 28, 2022
[Nantes 🇫🇷] Participative workshop on visual identity and future uses of the “green loop”
A Participative Workshop to discuss and collect ideas on the name, the visual identity and future uses of “la boucle verte” (green loop) has been organized on 26 October in a Teenage Club in the center of Nantes Nord.
PUBLICATIONS, Nantes — November 17, 2022
[Research Paper 🇫🇷] Allotment gardens: Psychosocial benefits and conflictual community aspects
In this qualitative study carried out in France (Nantes), 28 people with a plot in an allotment garden were questioned through semi-directive interviews about the psychosocial impact of this type of space.