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.
Author: MKT Comunicación (Rebeca Cordova)
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.
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.
How playgrounds are becoming a secret weapon in the fight against climate change
Cities across the country have begun ripping up asphalt in favor of lush green schoolyards, or at least porous grass. Learn more on this blog.
2023 marks the 150th Anniversary of the Establishment of Public Parks in Japan
This 2023, Japan celebrates the 150th anniversary of “Dajō-kan Futatsu No.16 in 1873”, the government edict that decreed the establishment of public parks.
To Make a Great Third Place, Get Out of the Way
For anyone working to create a great “third place” in their neighborhood, it is critical to remember that there will never be a time when the work is done.
Real-world communities are incredibly dynamic, ever-changing things.