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Pascal Mittermaier
Working to help cities flourish as the Global Managing Director, Cities at The Nature Conservancy ().
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serenbe 41m
Just one example of the power of nature from : a vacant lot turned into a natural (& nature-full) space: Learn about the influence of nature in cities from at the April with :
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Next City 6h
"As we gathered for the Forum on Feb. 7-13, we recognized that urbanization isn’t just a reality — it’s an imperative to make our cities more equitable, healthy, inclusive, prosperous, resilient, safe and sustainable."
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World Bank Cities 5h
Disaster resilient cities are 🔑 in building competitive cities. Do you agree? Find out more here:
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Leonardo DiCaprio 5h
Today, Seychelles announced two new marine protected areas that equal the size of Great Britain. Join me and in congratulating all those who made it happen.
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Urban gardens provide nutritious, climate-friendly food and a host of other benefits; how Germany is supporting them
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Mark Tercek 7h
Why conservation programs on are important for farmers and the environment (from )
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Urban ecosystems are still ecosystems – and there’s much to learn from investigating them
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Next City Feb 16
"The impact of water shortages in Africa’s cities is felt disproportionately by the poorest."
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World Bank Cities Feb 19
Not an myth: This is the story of how we will achieve sustainable cities through integrated planning strategies, low carbon development, disaster resilience, and water management:
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Pascal Mittermaier Feb 19
How do you make cities healthier? Copenhagen makes healthy choices the easiest choices
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Pascal Mittermaier Feb 19
More lessons from – some threats faced by cities, and some pathways to change
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Pascal Mittermaier Feb 18
Nearly all cities can benefit from planting more trees—but for megacities, the gains are even more significant
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Pascal Mittermaier Feb 18
“Biodiversity spatial planning” isn’t a sexy term, but it’s crucial if we’re to manage city growth and preserve ecosystems that people and nature depend on
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Pascal Mittermaier Feb 17
“Inclusive spaces can thrive only when they are open, free and accessible”
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Pascal Mittermaier Feb 17
Traffic is also bad for the environment and people’s well-being—maybe putting a price tag on it will spur action. More nice reporting from .
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City Parks Alliance Feb 16
Here’s How Much Money Green Design Could Save Cities
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World Bank Cities Feb 15
All communities should have access to green spaces and the benefits they bring. Thanks to the mayors, planners and architects that are already walking the talk. |
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Pascal Mittermaier Feb 16
We should invest in resilience because it saves lives. But it also saves cities money.
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American Forests Feb 15
All communities should have access to green spaces and the benefits they bring. Thanks to the mayors, planners and architects that are already walking the talk. (via )
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World Bank Cities Feb 16
From Shenzhen’s rain gardens to Nairobi’s water funds, we’re encouraged to see more invest in natural infrastructure. via
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