How can we transform cities to become more human, more compassionate? In today’s episode of Podparks, we’re joining a conversation on urban transformation through culture, by revisiting a keynote speech from the World Urban Park Congress 2022 by Anupam Yog, founder of The Big Sit.
A podcast for the park-minded
our second season!
New episodes every week
Podparks aims to bring parks to life. A podcast for parks professionals, parks enthusiasts, travelers, historians, conservationists, and anybody with an interest in learning about the green spaces they occupy and enjoy.
This educational podcast will combine interviews and narrative-driven episodes to create compelling stories about parks, the people who create them and their role in the past, present and future of our communities.our
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Our podcasts are divided into three types:
Thematic episodes that combine different testimonies or insights from parks professionals on a certain topic.
Dedicated to an interview with a Park Professional.
Snippets or full presentations that have been delivered in WUP Congresses.
Every Wednesday you will be able to find a new episode
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Some of our episode guests are…
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.
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”.