Tag: <span>parks and health</span>

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Activities Parks Week 2024

Activities Parks Week 2024

World Urban Parks is looking to incorporate webinars, blogs, and discussion forums during World Parks Week. These activities will highlight and educate people about the different initiatives that urban parks around the world are involved in.

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Resources Parks Week 2024

Resources Parks Week 2024

World Urban Parks intends to work with the following World Urban Parks Advocacy Committees to create and share resources that support and advocate for the importance and significance of World Parks Week and urban parks.

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Parks Week 2024

Parks Week 2024

From April 28th to May 5th, 2024, join us in celebrating the irreplaceable value of urban green spaces during World Parks Week. This year, we’re focusing on the incredible benefits that large urban parks bring to our communities, health, and environment.

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Looking Ahead to a World Event

Looking Ahead to a World Event

Organising meetings is familiar territory for the Koninklijke Vereniging Stadswerk Nederland. But the Future Green City World Congress, to be held in Utrecht from 23 to 26 September 2024, is of a different order. It is aiming at 3,000 participants from all over the world. Why are we doing this and what can we expect? Stadswerk chairman Gerdo van Grootheest talks about it.

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Transformative Citymaking

Transformative Citymaking

Can urban jungles transform to become sustainable, green and equitable cities? This week on Podparks, we explore transformative citymaking with Jorge Perez Jaramillo

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Parks are the new roads

Parks are the new roads

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.

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Mental health walks

Mental health walks

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.

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