Discussing Nature-based Solutions (and more) on 'The Nature of Cities'

To share more wonderful online resources (and the fantastic networks that support them), I'd like to introduce 'The Nature of Cities' website. This top quality resource hosted by David Maddox is an excellent platform that discusses many urban natures issues with top scholars and practitioners from around the world. In their own words:

TNOC’s Mission: We believe the route to cities that are better for both people and nature is through transdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration. The mission of The Nature of Cities is to curate joined conversations about urbanism across ways of knowing and modes of action. We create transdisciplinary, publicly available, and widely disseminated programs, events, knowledge, and engagements for green city making. We strive for cities worldwide that are resilient, sustainable, livable, and just.

The discussions are topical, of excellent calibre, and cutting edge. I recommend signing up for their semi-frequent newsletter. Also check out outcomes from their first ever TNOC Summit. Stories from their recent newsletter include:

There's many to choose from! Keen to draw on art, many posts are inspirational, providing creative, innovative and thought-provoking perspectives to consider the role of nature in cities. If you're interested in contributing a story on TNOC about your city's ECS adventures, please let me know!

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