The next edition will be from October 22-26, 2023 the host city will be Adelaide, Australia, a Joint event with Parks & Leisure Australia and supported by Green Adelaide.
Category: <span>WUP News</span>
In Memoriam – Dr. Kathy MacKinnon
Our colleagues at IUCN gave us the sad news that Kathy MacKinnon has passed away, her colleagues at her organization dedicated the following words to her.
World Urban Parks Awards
World Urban Parks encourages and recognizes significant contributions made by individuals to the urban parks, open space, and recreation sector with these prestigious international awards.
Presidio tunnel tops is now open!
Presidio Tunnel Tops, a new attraction in the Presidio, a national park site in San Francisco. It’s free to all and open every day is easy for everyone to enjoy.
Results of the Call for Proposals – WUP Congress 2022
27 proposals from 35 cities and 22 countries were selected, with representatives from all over the world to attend the WUP Congress in person. Check the results here!
Salzburg Global and World Urban Parks Launch 2nd cohort of Emerging Urban Leaders Program
Salzburg Global Seminar and World Urban Parks are excited to launch the 2nd cohort of the Emerging Urban Leaders program.
2022 International Large Urban Parks Awards
The International Large Urban Parks Awards aim to recognize the quality of parks, the skills of the people who manage them and the value they bring to the cities they serve.
WUP Congress 2022: The call for abstracts has closed!
During these three months, leaders, and projects from all over the world were summoned... many attended our call, here we present some of the numbers.
Better recreational spaces in San Salvador
In May, World Urban Parks’s CEO, Luis Romahn, and Parques de Mexico’s director, María Isabel Velázquez, visited El Salvador to learn more about the parks in the capital, San Salvador.
Adelaide National Park City Initiative
The city of Adelaide in South Australia was invited to be a National Park City in December 2021 at the World Urban Parks Congress. Adelaide National Park City (ANPC) covers all of Greater Adelaide, including Salisbury in the north, Aldinga to the south, Burnside in the east, and Grange to the west, plus the city centre.