This week on Podparks, we are joined live by Linda Hwang and Bianca Shulaker of Trust of Public Land to discuss TPL’s exciting new ParkScore report released today.
How cell phones can help us make the most of urban green space
A study realized by a team at the Barcelona Institute for global health (ISGlobal) suggests that Planting more trees could mean fewer people die from increasingly high summer temperatures in cities.
Study proves positive impact of placemaking interventions
This blog from the Canadian architect is A study conducted by Toronto Metropolitan University in collaboration with The Daniels Corporation, Entro, LeMay, and MASSIVart which found an increase in placemaking interventions in public and private spaces produces positive impacts.
Cities for children
How would our cities change if we designed them with children in mind? This is the question we seek to answer on this week’s Podparks, with the help of Amanda O’Rourke, Executive Director at 8-80 Cities, Leticia Lozano, founder of MACIA Studio, and Jennifer De Melo, Senior Strategist of Organization Innovation and Strategic Partnerships at Kaboom.
Joint International Congress 2023
In this special edition episode of Podparks, we are joined live to talk all about this year’s 2023 Joint International Congress Hosted By World Urban Parks And Parks And Leisure Australia, Supported By Green Adelaide.
Park Foundation School
Park Foundation School gives park and recreation professionals the tools and resources needed to build community support and financial resources to enhance their parks and recreation services.
A global perspective on parks with Jayne Miller
This week on Podparks, Alice sits down with Jayne Miller, Chair of World Urban Parks.
Contemporary Public Spaces: 11 Projects That Inspire New Ideas
This article was written by ArchDaily Team and stated that besides reflecting the aspirations of a society, public spaces also configure the scenarios in which new ideas of coexistence and the collective can emerge from their qualities.
The Toolkit for Health, Arts, Parks & Equity
There has never been a more critical time to center health equity in our work. With the COVID-19 pandemic and the renewed importance of Black Lives Matter, public health is and has been, more than ever, a universal fulcrum for structural change. It is a lens through which we all assess the stability and fairness of society.
#JIC2023 by WUP and Parks and Leisure Australia, Supported By Green Adelaide
2023 Joint International Congress Hosted By World Urban Parks And Parks And Leisure Australia, Supported By Green Adelaide.