Parks, nature and open spaces have always been very important in our world, and the criticalness of these places was elevated over the past 2 years while we navigated through COVID-19.
This week, World Parks Week, is the perfect time to reflect on the power parks must combat one of the world's greatest threats: the climate crisis.
World Parks Week 2022 is an opportunity for us to share how and in what ways we are connecting to the World Urban Parks 10/20/30!
Parks can play an important role in filling this nature gap for adolescents, providing them access to the proven physical and mental health benefits of being active and spending time in nature, and a sense of belonging and connection to their communities. Download the full article here!
This webinar focuses on city tourism and from there urban parks as tourist attractions.
This webinar will focus on a communities journey and the great health and wellbeing outcomes that can be achieved through co design, engaging across the community health sector, social prescribing, some passionate staff and great plans!
Do you have a project idea to create social change and strengthen your community's interaction with #nature? We're looking for 30 change-makers to join our second cohort of #EmergingUrbanLeaders.
After 2 years of pandemic, WUP congress returns with strength and announces the official date of the annual event. From November 14 to 18, 2022, Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, will host city leaders, park professionals, and citizens committed to public space.
We continue to face ever increasing numbers of extreme weather events, severe losses in biodiversity, massive displacement, and migration of global peoples, and many are not able to access basic quality community infrastructures such as neighborhood parks.
The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) members consist of thousands of growers of flowers and ornamental plants around the world who are together united by one essential goal promoting the place of plants in people’s lives.