Unlike any other moment in recent memory, the importance of accessibility to urban green spaces and public realms has taken on new significance. Their proven benefits for improving air quality, storm water management, local economies, and social cohesion have long been documented. But how do we perceive the design phase and implementation of publicly accessible realms in growing cities in a post-COVID-19 world? How do we link public realms to public health strategies? To answer these questions, Resilient/City collaborated with our partners at University Alliance Ruhr, ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability and the German Center for Research and Innovation (DWIH) on another webinar on the linkages between public health and urban design.
With UA/Ruhr, DWIH and ICLEI, Resilient/City designs and leads “Keeping Cities Moving: Sustainable and Innovative Urban Mobility” Resilient/City to support Innovation in Politics Institute on urban resilience strategies