Post-pandemic, finding innovative ways to eke out accessible green spaces in the urban environment is more urgent than ever.
Tag: <span>Parks Week</span>
If, during the 20th century, the aim in cities was to make space for private vehicles, one of the challenges of the 21st century is to correct that self-destructive trend. The proximity city, also known as a walkable city, emerged as an essential town-planning tool to improve residents' quality of life and reduce their impact.
There has never been a more critical time to center health equity in our work. With the COVID-19 pandemic and the renewed importance of Black Lives Matter, public health is and has been, more than ever, a universal fulcrum for structural change. It is a lens through which we all assess the stability and fairness of society.
Are you ready for Parks Week this year?
The main theme of this edition is equity and inclusion. We want the parks and recreation sector to begin to get involved in these concepts to adapt them in all areas to present and future public spaces.