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PARKS FOR THE PLANET FORUM

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The Parks for the Planet Forum is a long-term collaboration to reconnect people and nature in a urbanized world. Launched in 2015, it aims to improve human and societal wellbeing by expanding access to nature-rich urban spaces, increasing investments in urban conservation, and creating dynamic partnerships between people, cities, and protected area systems.

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How Can Science-Informed Design Empower the Cities of Tomorrow?

Salzburg Global Seminar proud to be a partner of Conscious Cities Festival 2019, bringing together leading experts, practitioners and the general public to explore how to create healthier and more inclusive cities

Salzburg Global Helps Launch London as the World’s First National Park City

Salzburg Global vice president and chief program officer Clare Shine among speakers at National Park City Summit

Charter for National Park Cities Gathers International Support

Salzburg Global Seminar joins World Urban Parks and the National Park City Foundation to launch radical plan to make life better for people, wildlife and nature

Hot Topic - Fellows Discuss How to Raise Awareness About Green Spaces

Salzburg Global Fellows share their views during the Salzburg Global program Partnerships for Urban Wellbeing and Resilience: Harnessing Nature and Protected Areas for the Sustainable Development Goals

This Is How We Find the Best Data to Improve Cities

Director of urban policy for Zencity, Assaf Frances, wants to make measurement simpler

Partnerships for Urban Wellbeing and Resilience - Fellows Given Green Light for Ideas

Fellows present recommendations after five-day program exploring the impact of parks and protected areas and making the most of these green spaces

In an English City Garden

Learn how one Salzburg Global Fellow is turning his city into a park

5 Risks the World Needs to Get Real About

From climate change to the erosion of trust, the world is facing many challenges. Before we can find solutions we need to well-understand the problems

Creating Urban Environments Which Let Nature and People Thrive

Chair of IUCN Urban Alliance Jonny Hughes outlines six issues which, if we make progress on, could be transformative in creating urban environments for the better

Hot Topic - Fellows Discuss What Institutional Investors Should Be Prioritizing in Health and Well-Being

Salzburg Global Fellows share their views during the Salzburg Global program Partnerships for Urban Wellbeing and Resilience: Harnessing Nature and Protected Areas for the Sustainable Development Goals
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