Shortlist Announced for the Inaugural AIPH World Green City Awards 2022

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. In each of the six Awards Categories, the Technical Panel of Judges selected the three top scoring entries for this prestigious list.

The 2022 AIPH World Green City Awards Shortlist of entries per category is proudly announced as follows:

Living Green for Biodiversity
Addressing the loss of species, habitats, ecosystem health, and genetic diversity.

Reverdecer Bogotá
Bogota D.C., Colombia.

Act Local, Contribute Global to World Biodiversity Conservation
Town of Victoria Park, Australia.

Ville de Paris- DEVE
City of Paris, France.

Living Green for Health and Wellbeing
Addressing the medical, behavioural, and social determinants of health for residents.

Transforming degraded land into Urban Micro Parks
City of Fortaleza, Brazil.

Utrecht Green and Healthy City
City of Utrecht, Netherlands.

Sunvale Community Park
City of Brimbank, Australia.

Living Green for Water
Ensuring that water resources are safeguarded and wisely used, with clean water available to all while also protecting residents from flooding risks.

The Phytotechnology Stations at the Montréal Botanical Garden / Space for Life
City of Montreal, Canada.

Creating a Green City Logan City Council, Australia
uMhlathuze Water Stewardship Partnership
City of uMhlathuze, South Africa.

Living Green for Social Cohesion
Fostering belonging, trust and inter-generational as well as cross-cultural relationships to prevent exclusion, marginalisation and violence.

Socio-urban integration in the midst of an ecological reserve: The case of Rodrigo Bueno
City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Sunchoenman Bay Wetland Conservation Project
Suncheon City, South Korea.

OASIS Schoolyard Project
City of Paris, France.

Living Green for Economic Recovery and Inclusive Growth
Creating systems and solutions that allow all city residents to overcome economic distress and thrive.

The 2020-2030 Master Plan for the Conservation, Improvement and Development of Parc Jean-Drapeau
City of Montreal, Canada.

Transformation of "Beltway to Green Belt"
City of Mashhad, Iran.

Green Necklace to the State of Telangana
City of Hyderabad, India.

The shortlist of entries is presented on behalf of the Technical Panel by the six Category Leads to the 2022 Awards Jury who will identify one winner for each category, as well as the overall AIPH World Green City Awards 2022 winner.

All winners will be announced at a gala event in September/October 2022. The date and venue for this event will be announced soon.

For further press information:
Hannah Pinnells, Digital Marketing & Communications Executive Email: hannah.pinnells@aiph.org Phone: +44 (0)1235 776160 Website: www.aiph.org & www.floracultureinternational.com  Follow AIPH on: LinkedIn @AIPH; Facebook: @theAIPH; Twitter @AIPHglobal; Instagram: @aiphglobal

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