leaders shared an overview of steps and work that stills to be done to bring nature-based solutions to cities. At Davos 2022, A clear implementation agenda, a fair transitions with the mo...
By 2070, 3.5 billion people will be heavily affected by extreme heat, 1.6 billion of whom will live in urban areas. How can nature help reduce the effects of heat?
As cities continue to expand, so does their ecological footprint. If cities don’t heal their relationship with nature, our species will face increasing threats.
This report provides a vision for cities of the future and the needed systemic shifts to develop BiodiverCities that place nature at the heart of decision-making and infrastructure invest...
In order to create cities that exist in harmony with nature, we must start by transforming their physical infrastructure – and look at their inner financial and administrative workings.
We are now an urban animal: 68% of people will live in urban areas by 2050. Tackling the health of nature in cities is key to our wellbeing and prosperity.
Cities don't need to have a destructive impact on nature. A new competition is calling for innovations that enable our cities to become nature-positive.
Many animals used the first months of the 2020 COVID-19 lockdowns to take over places which were once dominated by humans.