Greening Cities Shaping Cities
Pinpointing Nature-Based Solutions in Cities between Shared Governance and Citizen Participation
Mahmoud, Israa H. (editor)
Morello, Eugenio (editor)
Salvia, Giuseppe (editor)
Puerari, Emma (editor)
The topic of pinpointing Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) in the urban context has been cultivating interest lately from different scholars, urban planning practitioners and policymakers. This Special Issue originates from the Greening Cities Shaping Cities Symposium held at the Politecnico di Milano (12–13 October 2020), aiming at bridging the gap between the science and practice of implementing NBS in the built environment, as well as highlighting the importance of citizen participation in shared governance and policy making. The Special Issue received contributions from all over the world, from Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Turkey, Brazil, Portugal, Denmark, France, Bulgaria, Sweden, Hungary, Spain, the UAE, the UK, and the USA.
Keywordsnature-based solutions; landscape and urban design; urban agriculture and food systems; coastal dynamics; Groningen; stakeholder participation; multi-level governance; co-creation; urban living lab; sustainable urban development; urban planning; greening cities; urban governance; biophilia; health and well-being; urban design; urban green infrastructure; ecopsychology; ecotherapy; Parque Augusta; social movements; appropriation of nature; green gentrification; right to nature; spatial planning; green infrastructure; rainwater management; urban green areas; nature-based solutions (NBSs); agent-based model (ABM); firmographics; market segmentation; multi-level perspective; sustainability transition; participatory budget; urban sustainability; European green capital; European green deal; Lisbon; social monitoring; social cohesion; CLEVER Cities; municipal planning; ecosystem services; shared governance; public-private collaboration; competence development; land development; planning models; nature-based solutions (NBS); knowledge-based urban development; guidelines; citizen engagement; participation; urban regeneration; living knowledge; URBiNAT; Augmented Reality; Virtual Reality; emotions; co-design; computer vision; simulation; Environmental Psychology; colors; Nature-Based Solutions; surrounding environment for access; neighborhood park; user satisfaction; park facility; Bay Avenue Park; Al Ittihad Park; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology