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Ewa Iwaszuk, Karl Lehmann; Ecologic Institute
Creating Green Cities
We all want our cities to be greener, but how does this look in practice and what do we need to get there? The Creating Green Cities podcast takes you on a journey into the world of nature-based solutions and shows how they can be used to bring nature into cities for the benefit of society and the environment alike. We talk to guests from Barcelona, Budapest, Malmö and Utrecht to learn more about the implementation of these urban innovations across Europe. The podcast has been created by the Ecologic Institute (http://ecologic.eu) as part of NATURVATION (http://naturvation.eu), an...
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 10 ratings
Great new podcast on ways to improve quality of life and biodiversity in urban areas through additional green spaces. Looking forward to future episodes!
corregio via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 06/26/20
Great and insightful
I love the fact that “Creating Green Cities” focuses on solutions to obvious and well discussed societal and environmental challenges. Also, I appreciate the diversity of the invited experts. Keep it up!
hmachadoj via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 06/26/20
Recent Episodes
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