Do you know data science can help us create equitable parks systems? On today’s episode of Podparks, we get to discuss this intersection with Mindy Watts, Principal at Interface Studio, a planning and urban design firm based in Philadelphia that works towards more equitable park investments.
How would our cities change if we replaced most of our roads with parks? This week on podparks, we are advocating for green networks, which are webs of parks and corridors and walkways that allow people to navigate the city through green public spaces.
How can public and private actors work together to create more equitable parks and green spaces?
What is up with mental health walks? This week on Podparks, we’re uncovering the intricate relationships between parks and mental health, and learning how we can advocate for spaces that promote our wellbeing.
What happens when parks are transformed into community empowerers? This week on Podparks, we discuss this and more of parks’ crucial social role as reviewed in Trust for Public Land’s new groundbreaking report “The Common Ground Framework”.
The focus of this webinar will be on South African parks, recreation, and open public spaces to promote social connectedness and health.
AIPH and their extensive and growing network of partners proudly present the AIPH World Green City Awards: the only global awards for cities where plants and nature are the core focus.
Maria and Luis share how the contest was created, with the goal to bring innovation and creativity to emerging cities across the world.
This week on Podparks, we are analyzing the magic of trees, and why they have become so crucial in our lives.
Marian shares her long trajectory in urban resilience, reflecting on the work that led her to publish her book titled The Symbiotic City, Voices of nature in urban transformations.