Although they feel like they have been here forever, public parks are a rather modern invention. In this episode, Alice Landin takes us through the early history of parks and the struggles of control and power that have come with them.
A growing number of leaders at all levels of government in the U.S. and abroad have made commitments to achieve “30x30,” the goal of conserving 30 percent of lands and coastal waters by the year 2030 to fight climate change, advance conservation, and protect biodiversity.
Discover how Resilient Design and Multi-functional Green Infrastructure incorporating Nature Based Solutions can transform Cities
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, 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.
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!
This year, the Park People Conference will bring together park professionals, community park group leaders, non-profit organizations, municipal staff, and urban enthusiasts to create an abundant future for city parks.
Salzburg Global Seminar and World Urban Parks are excited to launch the 2nd cohort of the Emerging Urban Leaders program.
The International Association of Horticultural Producers, AIPH, is proud to announce the shortlist of eighteen entries from cities around the world for the first edition of the AIPH World Green City 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.