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PROGRAM

A specialized event of educational and experiential content, aimed
at public space professionals and urban parks

08:00 am - 05:00 pm
Registration
09:00 am - 01:00 pm
Morning Workshops
  • The Art of Making it Happen Aesthetics, Curatorship and Management of Events in Public Space
  • The impact that artistics expressions have in the parks and public spaces of our cities ... see more

  • Management Models Planning towards Sustainability
  • The workshop is focused on public officials who have influence in the parks, directors and ... see more

  • El Capitan Park The Transformation of Public Space
  • El Capitan Park is a newly created urban park that arose from the redesign of ... see more

  • Lago Park and the Parks System Relevance, Benefits and Importance
  • In this workshop you will be able to experience the collaborative work process between experts ... see more

01:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Free time
03:00 pm - 07:00 pm
Evening Workshops
  • Rufino Tamayo Park Management Guide Ecosystemic
  • The management of green areas in Latin America traditionally consists of very basic horticultural tasks ... see more

  • DistritoTec Empowering Encounters
  • Distritotec is an urban community where the ability to innovate and quality of life feed ... see more

  • Las Calzadas Park Elaboration of a Plan Management for a Urban Park
  • Managing an urban park entails the articulation of several disciplines in order to offer a ... see more

08:00 am - 05:00 pm
Registration
09:00 am - 01:00 pm
Morning Workshops
  • Clouthier Park Programming for Everybody
  • San Pedro Garza García has stood out in recent years for the richness and variety ... see more

  • Design for the Urban Play Comprehensive Development for Childhood
  • Playing is a universal right for all children, but despite the evidence regarding the benefits ... see more

  • Equitable Park Investments 3 Cities – 3 Stories
  • Equity in service delivery is a guiding concern of urban park leaders. This presentation will ... see more

  • Tree Climbers Arboriculture Best Practices
  • In this workshop you will learn the best practices on how to care for, prune ... see more

  • Cycling and Pedestrian Infrastructure Innovation in Non-motorized Mobility Corridors
  • In this workshop you will travel by bicycle the routes through which these corridors will ... see more

  • Chipinque Ecological Park Management Experiences for Sustainable Tourism in a Nature Reserve
  • Chipinque Ecological Park is an iconic space of importance for the conservation of biodiversity and ... see more

01:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Free time
03:00 pm - 07:00 pm
Evening workshops
  • Leadership in Parks and Recreation Young and Emerging Leaders
  • How to face the challenges of the public space sector? where to start? How to ... see more

  • Mississippi Park Management Models for Public Spaces
  • The operation of public spaces is one of the great areas of opportunity in Latin ... see more

  • Placemaking Success Story, Composers Square
  • Workshop to expose the intervention of "La Plaza de los Compsitores" from its social and ... see more

08:00 am - 05:00 pm
Accreditations / Registration
09:30 am - 10:00 am
Keynote I
Keynote Room

Building Communities where All Life can Thrive

The way we plan, design and build can’t continue We currently use up to 50% ... see more

Dror Benshetrit | Miami, United States

Founder, Supernature Labs

10:05 am - 10:35 am
Keynote II
Keynote Room

Compassion Made Possible

In a post-pandemic world, are we confronting the real issues? Cities must go beyond being ... see more

Anupam Yog | Singapore, Singapore

Founder, The Big Sit

11:50 am - 12:20 pm
Educational Sessions I
Keynote Room

Urban Life: The Mindful Way

Rather than covet a once-in-awhile retreat into seclusion and solitude, mindful urban living is to ... see more

Erin Lee | Singapur, Singapur

Founder, Mindful Moments

Glass Room 2

Sports Projects and Multifunctional Spaces as an Urban Improvement made by Specialists

Through this presentation, you will learn the general characteristics to consider in order to select ... see more

Arturo Peniche Pareja | Mexico City, Mexico

Engineering Project Manager, Deportan

Glass Room 1

Campaigns with a Cause: Fundraising

In this session, two examples of two successful campaigns of the Pro Bosque Chapultepec Trust ... see more

Lilia Haua | Mexico City, Mexico

Director, Pro Bosque de Chapultepec Trust

Glass Room 3

Establishing Green Adelaide and becoming a National Park City

Green Adelaide was established in 2020 as one of the biggest changes in the South ... see more

Sheryn Pitman | Adelaide, Australia

Project Lead Adelaide National Park City, Green Adelaide

Brenton Grear | Adelaide, Australia

Director, Green Adelaide at Department for Environment and Water

12:40 pm - 01:25 pm
Educational Sessions II
Keynote Room

Collaborative By Design: Parks Canada’s New Network of National Urban Parks

A collaborative and partnership based model is a successful approach for a federally-led urban park ... see more

Julia Bresee | Ottawa, Canada

Manager, Parks Canada

Andrea Lafond | Ottawa, Canada

CEO, Meewasin Valley Authority

Laurel Carlton | Ottawa, Canada

Project Manager, Parks Canada

Glass Room 2

Resilient parks and communities

This session aims to inspire: it will show how public parks can contribute to more ... see more

Ariel Gonzalez | Los Cabos, Mexico

Assistant with Specialization in the Environmental Field, Municipal Planning Institute Los Cabos

Carolin Hoffmann | Mexico City, Mexico

Technical Advisor, GIZ Mexico

Lucia Corral | La Paz, Mexico

Director, Urbaneria

Glass Room 3

Urban Parks Revisited: In Search of an Extinct Forest through the Selection of Tree Species

The socio-environmental characterization of the sites where the centenary oaks of the Municipality of San ... see more

Jorge Garcia | Saltillo, Mexico

Nursery Garden Manager, Private

Roman Castañeda Vazquez | San Nicolas de los Garza, Mexico

Head of the Environmental Protection and Climate Change Unit, Government of San Nicolas de los Garza

Lina Ojeda-Revah | Tijuana, Mexico

Professor and Researcher, The College of the North Border

Gabriela Muñoz Melendez | Tijuana, Mexico

Professor and Researcher, The College of the North Border

01:25 pm - 03:50 pm
Expo Parques / Free time
04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
Keynote III
Keynote Room

Cities for Parks

Coming Soon see more

Luis Donaldo Colosio Riojas | Monterrey, Mexico

Mayor, Monterrey Municipality

05:50 pm - 06:20 pm
Educational Sessions III
Glass Room 1

Central Park in Distritotec: spaces for Meeting

Once the old Technological Stadium (now as the Borrego Stadium) was relocated, the Tecnologico de ... see more

Ana Lorena Gonzalez Morales | Monterrey, México

DistritoTec Manager, Tecnologico de Monterrey

Glass Room 3

Past, Present and Future of Parks in Monterrey

When the welfare of society, the economy and the environment come together, they give birth ... see more

Joel Eliud Gonzalez Lomas | Monterrey, Mexico

Project Manager, Gobierno de Monterrey

Glass Room 2

Urban Parks in 2050

21st century cities face an array of significant new challenges – population grown, rapid urbanization, ... see more

Michael Boland | San Francisco, United States

Chief Park Officer, The Presidio Trust

Alberto Ipas Garros | Zaragoza, Spain

Consultor, Ocio en Verde

08:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Social event - Inauguration
08:00 am - 05:00 pm
Accreditations / Registration
09:30 am - 10:30 am
Keynote IV
Keynote Room

National Associations of Parks Panel

Coming Soon see more

Kristine Stratton | Portland, United States

President and CEO, National Recreation and Park Association

Fran Bergua | Zaragoza, Spain

Head of the Urban Ecology and Circular Economy Department, Zaragoza City Council

Maarten Loeffen | Nijmegen, Netherlands

CEO, Royal Association Stadswerk The Netherlands

Luis Romahn | Merida, Mexico

CEO, World Urban Parks

11:20 am - 12:05 pm
Educational Sessions IV
Glass Room 1

Manage the Municipal Green Infrastructure; a commitment to Public Health and Biodiversity

From the perspective of the conservative management of the municipal green heritage, a change in ... see more

Glass Room 3

Green Infrastructure for Resilient Public Spaces

In this session, the systemic concept of green infrastructure is presented, highlighting its guiding principles ... see more

Diego Magaña Rodriguez | Mexico City, México

Sustainable Urban Development, GIZ Mexico

Eduardo Santillan | Mexico City, Mexico

Manager of Research Projects, GIZ Mexico

Glass Room 2

Depeloping the City through Financing Strategies: From Sao Paulo to Pittsburgh and Buenos Aires

In a moment of budgetary restrictions, it is not uncommon for governments to freeze or ... see more

Gavin White | Pittsburgh, United States

Director of Planning and Projects , Riverlife

Rodrigo Goes | São Paulo, Brazil

Project Coordinator, Semeia Institute

Anibal Del Olmo | Buenos Aires, Argentina

General Director of Urban Anthropology, City of Buenos Aires Government

Keynote Room

Older Adults Panel

Coming soon see more

Maria Zachariades | Edinburg, Scotland

Co-chair, Older Adults, Wellbeing and Parks Committee

Tim Geyer | Goulburn, Australia

Service Manager, Urban Landscapes at Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council

12:25 pm - 12:55 pm
Educational Sessions V
Glass Room 3

Community Activations in the Public Space: The Keys of Recreational Programs

La programación activa en los espacios públicos es un “MUST”. Crear un programa de actividades ... see more

Miguel Mendoza | Juarez City, Mexico

Director, Nomada Urban Studio

Nestor Acosta | Juarez City, Mexico

Project Coordinator, Nomada Urban Studio

Tania Jaime de la Torre | Leon, Mexico

Dispatch Manager, Leon Metropolitan Ecological Park

Keynote Room

Irrigation as a Water Management Tool in Public Areas

Technified irrigation has other functions in a public park beyond just supplying water for plants, ... see more

José Giacoia Neto | Tucson, United States

International Business Manager for Latinoamerica, Rain Bird

Glass Room 2

Green Nafta

Cooming Soon see more

Scott Martin | Tennessee, United States

Administrator, Chattanooga’s Department of Parks & Outdoors

Glass Room 1

Changing the Narrative Through Park Management: A New Public Space with Consensus, Participation and Urban Transformation

An abandoned park with a low-security perception can become a family destination and women gathering ... see more

Mayu Ferrufino | San Salvador, El Salvador

Executive Director, FUNDAPARC

Cleark Villatoro | San Salvador, El Salvador

Administrator, Cuscatlán Park and Bicentenario Park

01:00 pm - 03:30 pm
Expo Parques / Free time
03:55 pm - 04:55 pm
Keynote V
Keynote Room

Child and Play Panel

Coming Soon see more

Cecilia Vaca Jones | Ecuador, Ecuador

Ex-CEO, Bernard Van Leer Foundation

Leticia Lozano | Mexico City, Mexico

Co-founder & Director, MACIA Estudio Architect

Amanda O Rourke | Toronto, Canada

Executive Director, 8 80 Cities

05:15 pm - 06:00 pm
Educational Sessions VI
Glass Room 1

Reconciliation and Public Parks

La réconciliation, une préoccupation nationale, a été intégrée au cadre stratégique du Plan directeur du ... see more

Jonathan Cha | Montreal, Canada

Conseiller Principal en Aménagement, Société du parc Jean-Drapeau

Glass Room 2

BiodivScore

In Paris, 95% of projects are not subject to environmental assessment, so that the consideration ... see more

Thomas Perez-Vitoria | Paris, France

Deputy Head of the Urban Ecology Agency, City of Paris

Keynote Room

World Wide Management Models

Coming Soon see more

Itziar de Luisa | Mexico City, Mexico

Executive President, ZEDEC Santa Fe Neighborhood Association

German Enriquez | Monterrey, Mexico

Executive Director, San Pedro Parques

06:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Beer Party
08:00 am - 01:00 pm
Accreditations / Registration
09:30 am - 10:00 am
Educational Sessions VII
Keynote Room

Street-Park Networks for the Healthy City: Reimagining Parks & Trails

This session will discuss the development, design, pilot implementation, and evaluation of a strategy to ... see more

Phil Berczuk | London, UK

Director, Steer Group

Glass Room 3

The Power of Play

Play as a social and discovery activity is fundamental in the development of children. It ... see more

Fabian Petit | Turs, France

Regional Head of International Sales, Proludic

Glass Room 1

National Urban Parks Policy, More and Better Parks for Chile

In Chile, our cities are facing a series of challenges as a result of the ... see more

Andrea Fuentes | Coyhaique, Chile

National Responsible for the Urban Parks Construction Program, Ministry of Housing and Urbanism of Chile

Alejandra Becerra | Santiago, Chile

National Program Manager for the Improvement of Urban Parks, Ministry of Housing and Urbanism of Chile

Daniel Errazuriz Fantoni | Santiago, Chile

Head of Urban Parks Unit, Ministry of Housing and Urbanism

Glass Room 2

Parks Academy Mexico: Professional Certification in Parks and Recreation

The ANPR Mexico together with the World Urban Parks and the Eppley Institute of the ... see more

Stephen Wolter | Bloomington, United States

Executive Director, Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands

10:20 am - 11:05 am
Educational Sessions VIII
Glass Room 2

Nature-Based Solutions to Promote and Improve Health, Inclusion and Well-being

The prescription of activities in nature has physiological, psychological and behavioral benefits for human beings. ... see more

Maria Guadalupe Garibay Chavez | Guadalajara, Mexico

Research Professor, Universidad de Guadalajara

Florencia Garza Gonzalez | Monterrey, Mexico

CEO Founder , Nature Based Studio

Glass Room 3

Game Changer: How Small Parks can Leverage BIG Influence

The Green Flag Award is a scheme of international non-profit accreditation that recognizes and rewards ... see more

Carl McClean | London, United Kingdom

International Development Manager, The Green Flag Award

Glass Room 1

Urban and Leisure Parks in Africa

In this session you will learn about the management of urban parks and greening in ... see more

Fritz Bayong Momha | Douala, Cameroon

Director, Landscape Architect and Engineer, Balaz Studio - Cameroonian Landscape Engineers Association (CALEA)

Bishop Ngobeli | Boksburg, South Africa

Conservation Manager, Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo

Keynote Room

Urban Design with a Gender Perspective

Coming Soon see more

Manuela Lemos Peña | Buenos Aires, Argentina

Research Coordinator of the General Directorate of Urban Anthropology, City of Buenos Aires Government

Livia Alen | Federal District, Brazil

Gender Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer, UNOPS

11:25 am - 11:55 am
Keynote VI
Keynote Room

Management of Urban Parks in Chile

This keynote session seeks to show inspiring initiatives raised by citizens, academia and public administration. ... see more

Martín Andrade | Santiago, Chile

Executive Director, Corporación Ciudades

12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
Closing Ceremony
12:35 pm - 02:05 pm
Keynote VII
Keynote Room

Inclusion and Accesibility in the Parks

Coming Soon see more

Miguel Treviño | San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico

Mayor, San Pedro Garza Garcia Municipality

04:00 pm - 08:00 pm
Social Event - Closing Party

Rufino Tamayo Park Management Guide Ecosystemic

The management of green areas in Latin America traditionally consists of very basic horticultural tasks that prevent proper development and conservation of natural spaces in cities. In this workshop you will learn about the differences in the innovation of using an ecosystem vision for the conservation and monitoring of habitats in San Pedro Parques compared to traditional gardening practices. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-14 Horario: de 15:00:00 a 19:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

DistritoTec Empowering Encounters

Distritotec is an urban community where the ability to innovate and quality of life feed off each other. Promoted by Tec de Monterrey, Distritotec collaborates with citizens, academia, companies and governments in a polygon of more than 450 hectares south of Monterrey. From there they act on four axes: generate meeting spaces; promote an innovative community; promote a sustainable environment and bring life to the district through coexistence and art. They are currently working to become an open innovation ecosystem that attracts the best talent and where people live better and better. Don't miss this workshop! This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-14 Horario: de 15:00:00 a 19:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Clouthier Park Programming for Everybody

San Pedro Garza García has stood out in recent years for the richness and variety of its programming in public spaces. Learn about the processes of selection of cultural offer, optimization of the use of sports spaces and the link with volunteers that has driven the emblematic parks of San Pedro to always be full of life. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-15 Horario: de 09:00:00 a 13:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

The Art of Making it Happen Aesthetics, Curatorship and Management of Events in Public Space

The impact that artistics expressions have in the parks and public spaces of our cities are infinite. In this workshop, we will be joined by Parque Arte, an organization that seeks to encourage conversation between art and public space as a vital form of social relationships. You will learn about the processes of curatorship and managing events held in public spaces, as well as strategies for funding, sponsorships, alliances between collaborators, and more. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-14 Horario: de 09:00:00 a 13:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Management Models Planning towards Sustainability

The workshop is focused on public officials who have influence in the parks, directors and administrators of parks, and citizens who seek co-responsibility for the administration of these spaces together with their local governments. The content is based on success stories from our country, which will be shared among peers, to understand the challenges and lessons of the application of these models. It is a guide with the basic elements to develop a management model and develop a legal and governance structure that supports the operation and maintenance of a park on an urban or metropolitan scale. This workshop is structured with the methodology of "Constructive Interaction". This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-14 Horario: de 09:00:00 a 13:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Leadership in Parks and Recreation Young and Emerging Leaders

How to face the challenges of the public space sector? where to start? How to create alliances with key collaborators? Hand in hand with international speakers, this space will be focused on young people and emerging leaders who want to acquire tools that help them cause changes in their cities through their actions and/or projects. This workshop will be given in English and will not have an Spanish translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-15 Horario: de 15:00:00 a 19:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Design for the Urban Play Comprehensive Development for Childhood

Playing is a universal right for all children, but despite the evidence regarding the benefits it brings for comprehensive development, it has been overvalued and not prioritized in urban agendas. This workshop seeks to create a general understanding of the value of play, clarify how it is directly related to the way in which the urban environment is planned and designed, reflect on the benefits for cities and communities - health, well-being, improvement in the perception of insecurity and in the local economy, among others—, and share strategic points, which any city can implement, to achieve it. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-15 Horario: de 09:00:00 a 13:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Equitable Park Investments 3 Cities – 3 Stories

Equity in service delivery is a guiding concern of urban park leaders. This presentation will explore how this interest can be turned to a tangible action that makes public parks better for all city residents. Three legacy urban centers with remarkable diversity in the heartland of America – Minneapolis, Pittsburgh and Louisville – decided to create new comprehensive investment action plans for their park systems focused on driving equitable access to, and investments in, public parks and recreation services and systems for all city residents. These three cities shared a general goal – overcome barriers and historical challenges in the delivery of their park system services that will allow them to prioritize serving the people and neighborhoods that have long been forgotten, underserved, and marginalized. The action plans of all three cities are based on the principal that everyone, every neighborhood, and every city deserves access to a great public park system, and thus look holistically at the needs of every park, the needs of every neighborhood, and the creation of a system where the public can clearly shape improvement plans. This session will provide attendees with an overview of developing equitable and transparent investment action plans while exploring the unique opportunities and challenges discovered in each of these three cities. This workshop will be given in English and will not have an Spanish translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-15 Horario: de 09:00:00 a 13:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

El Capitan Park The Transformation of Public Space

El Capitan Park is a newly created urban park that arose from the redesign of the green areas of a residential area in order to provide the benefit of a large urban park and rescuing the stream of the same name. In this workshop you will be able to discover the entire process behind this transformation from participatory design, the preparation of a master plan, the details of the execution of the work to its current operation. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-14 Horario: de 09:00:00 a 13:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Las Calzadas Park Elaboration of a Plan Management for a Urban Park

Managing an urban park entails the articulation of several disciplines in order to offer a good service to visitors. In this workshop you will learn to put together a management plan that will allow you to clearly capture the functioning of all the areas that participate in the operation of public space, which also allow access to certifications such as the Green Flag Award. This workshop will be taught in conjunction with a certifying judge of urban parks. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-14 Horario: de 15:00:00 a 19:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Mississippi Park Management Models for Public Spaces

The operation of public spaces is one of the great areas of opportunity in Latin America, and much of it lies in the lack of knowledge of the different management models that can best suit the park or system of urban parks in question. This workshop will explore the different models that exist from an international perspective, addressing issues such as legal figures, organizational structures, collaborations between the government and organized civil society, and resource management models. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-15 Horario: de 15:00:00 a 19:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Lago Park and the Parks System Relevance, Benefits and Importance

In this workshop you will be able to experience the collaborative work process between experts and neighbors about the complete intervention of Parque Lago and its stages; in addition to its integration with the System of Parks and Green Areas; its relevance, benefits, importance at a metropolitan scale, among others. At the end there will be an activity that will explain and raise awareness of the sanitation of La Laguna Solidaridad. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-14 Horario: de 09:00:00 a 13:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Tree Climbers Arboriculture Best Practices

In this workshop you will learn the best practices on how to care for, prune and maintain an urban tree in good condition and how to implement this in parks and public spaces in your city. At the end you will have the opportunity to climb a tree! This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-15 Horario: de 09:00:00 a 13:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Placemaking Success Story, Composers Square

Workshop to expose the intervention of "La Plaza de los Compsitores" from its social and urban aspect. Explaining the application of the placemaking methodology as a guide to design from the community participation of citizens. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-15 Horario: de 15:00:00 a 19:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Cycling and Pedestrian Infrastructure Innovation in Non-motorized Mobility Corridors

In this workshop you will travel by bicycle the routes through which these corridors will pass, explaining the scope of the green corridors, what they are, what they are, what is the plan in stages. Highlighting the importance of cycling and pedestrian infrastructure for the city, identifying current obstacles and problems and the effect that this sustainable project will have on our city. This workshop will be given in Spanish and will not have an English translation.

Fecha: 2022-11-15 Horario: de 09:00:00 a 13:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Chipinque Ecological Park Management Experiences for Sustainable Tourism in a Nature Reserve

Chipinque Ecological Park is an iconic space of importance for the conservation of biodiversity and is in the stage of evolution to be recognized as a nature reserve. In this workshop you will learn about the offer of tourist and sports experiences that seek to transform the relationship between people and nature, as well as the innovative processes for managing spaces that do not impact ecosystems and that invite the visitor to join as co-responsible of conservation.

Fecha: 2022-11-15 Horario: de 09:00:00 a 13:00:00 Capacidad: 35 personas.

Estudio de disponibilidad y valoración del espacio público en comisarias del Municipio de Mérida

El IMPLAN ha realizado un estudio sobre las transformaciones territoriales en las comisarías y sus impactos en la disponibilidad, accesibilidad y calidad de los espacios públicos. Los resultados son reveladores del déficit de parques, plazas, jardines y espacios deportivos en las comunidades suburbanas. El estudio también identifica retos y oportunidades para mejorar dichas condiciones.

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Propuesta: Clasificación operativa de espacios públicos para el Municipio de Mérida.

El Ayuntamiento de Mérida fortalece el Sistema de Gestión de Espacios Públicos a fin de contar con espacios públicos completos. Los espacios completos son lugares que promueven el encuentro social y el desarrollo de diferentes usos y actividades para el disfrute público, que son parte de la infraestructura verde generadora de ambientes reguladores del clima y del paisaje urbano, que articulan la estructura urbana, vinculan los usos del suelo y propician las actividades económicas, y que presentan condiciones adecuadas de accesibilidad, inclusión, confort e imagen que fomentan la identidad y el sentido de pertenencia. Sin embargo, uno de los retos más importantes a los que se enfrenta la administración pública municipal para alcanzar esa visión de ciudad es contar con información clara, objetiva, confiable, sistematizada y geográficamente referenciada de los espacios públicos. De hecho, la información existe; sin embargo, nombramos los espacios públicos de variadas formas y los clasificamos por criterios diferentes. Por eso, reviste particular importancia llegar a acuerdos operativos que nos permitan planear, diseñar, construir, mantener, controlar y evaluar nuestros espacios públicos. Por eso, es importante caracterizar y clasificar los espacios públicos de Mérida de manera unificada. Una clasificación permite identificar atributos y elementos de los espacios públicos de Mérida y, a partir de su organización en tipos, diferenciarlos y denominarlos. Eso es sólo el principio de un proceso orientado a conocer, evaluar y transformar nuestros parques, plazas y calles. Esta clasificación de espacios públicos debe de ser vista como uno más de los trabajos, de coordinación transversal entre las dependencias municipales, que compartimos con los meridanos.

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Rescate del Río Cupatitzio

Rescatar los 11 kilómetros de longitud del afluente que cruza el área urbana, a través de la creación de parques lineales. Esta intervención permite la creación de corredores verdes que incluyen espacios públicos para el desarrollo del deporte y la cultura, además que el río forma parte de los barrios tradicionales de la ciudad y que unen al centro histórico. Actualmente se han implementado 1.5 km de parques, pero la potencialidad de la rivera del río es de 11 kilómetros, unidos por 2 espacios para su recreación, donde nace el Río en el Parque Nacional y donde termina el área urbana con la caída conocida como la Tzararacua.

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Análisis del manejo cromático en los cuatro principales parques de la ciudad de Latacunga

La investigación tiene como objetivo analizar el manejo cromático para su aplicación en distintas estructuras espaciales urbanas y contextos geográficos es el caso particular de los cuatro principales parques de la ciudad de latacunga.

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ESTIMACION DE CO2 CAPTADO EN PARQUES DE LA CIUDAD DE LATACUNGA

En la sesión se detallará el manejo que se realizó para la estimación de los niveles de CO2 en nueve especies presentes en parques de la ciudad de Latacunga en Ecuador, mediante la aplicación del método de pérdida por ignición y el manejo de ecuaciones alométricas para calcular la cantidad de biomasa presente por especies. Para esto se analizó en base al número de ejemplares de cada especie por parque y edad de las especies para poder aclarar todas las diferencias existentes entre ellas. Con esto se pudo estimar como mayor captador al género Cupressus como la especie con mayor captación de CO2 dentro del conjunto evaluado.

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IDENTIFICACIÓN DE DIFERENTES INSECTOS POLINIZADORES DE CUATRO PARQUES DE LA CIUDAD LATACUNGA

Los parques seleccionados para la investigación son San Francisco, Vicente León, La Filantropía e Ignacio Flores. Se realizó una colecta activa mediante el uso de red entomológica y una colecta pasiva mediante el uso de trampas cromáticas-pegajosas y trampas con cebo. Las muestras fueron conservadas en alcohol al 70% para luego realizar el montaje y toma de fotografías para subirlas a la Aplicación iNaturalist, posterior en la aplicación ayudan con la identificación. Para los índices de diversidad y similaridad se utilizó la ecuación de Shannon-Wiener y Sorensen respectivamente. Para las trampas cromáticas-pegajosas se colectaron 1650 individuos, en las trampas con atrayente se colectaron 7 individuos y con la red entomológica 1150 individuos, para su identificación se consideró solo a los individuos que fueron colectados con la red entomológica. Descartando a los individuos que no están considerados como polinizadores dando un total de 880 individuos polinizadores, con tres órdenes y ocho familias. La familia Sarcophagidae que tiene el 62% del total de abundancia dentro de los cuatro parques. Se determinó que los 880 individuos polinizadores colectados dentro de los cuatro parques representan un índice de diversidad mediante la ecuación de Shannon-Wiener equivalente a 0.87 que demuestra que se tiene una diversidad baja. Además se demuestra una similaridad significativa de 92.3% entre el parque Vicente León y el parque Ignacio Flores.

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Modelo de Gestión Colaborativa (MGC) para la recuperación de espacios públicos.

Esta sesión analizará los elementos básicos del MGC que involucra a la iniciativa privada, organizaciones de la sociedad civil y ciudadanos en la creación de espacios públicos incluyentes. Se centrará en los diferentes mecanismos que hacen posible la suma de esfuerzos en la toma de decisiones en el ámbito local y cómo esta participación ofrece nuevas oportunidades, más transparencia, eficiencia en la gestión y calidad de las obras emprendidas. El proyecto de la “Glorieta Tepeyac” es una aplicación exitosa del Modelo de Gestión Colaborativa donde abordaremos las condiciones particulares, apreciación de la necesidad, técnicas de participación social, legitimación del proyecto, aspectos operativos de la ejecución y formas administrativas que se tradujeron en la necesidad de incorporar un elemento cualitativo de diseño que rebasa ampliamente los contenidos de los planes directores convencionales centrados fundamentalmente en aspectos normativos. El rescate de espacios públicos erróneamente se ha abordado en términos constructivos (formal y funcional) dejando de lado la dimensión social de la arquitectura y el urbanismo.

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Follow up strategies with remote sensing for management of newly planted sites.

With the reduction in the cost of analysis and processing of information, the evolution of SaaS and the availability of satellite images (together with the increase in resolution), nowadays it perfectly viable to develop methodologies to use remote images with SIG to do a follow up of urban forest management. The ease and widespread use of mobile devices allow to locate any picture easily and later import it into a SIG to have a visual confirmation of observations made in the field. The following paper shows how to translate a Park inventory and reforestation data base (from i-Tree) first to a commercial SIG tool to follow up on conditions and development. Second, with another SaaS image handler follow up on tree health with NDVI measurements. These measurements are derived from images of the PLANETSCOPE satellite constellation that has a 3 m/pixel resolution. With these images it is possible to create a baseline to compare current values of NDVI and therefore have a workflow that allows to detect potential threats to trees in urban situations and react accordingly.

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Assessing the Social Sustainability of Parque Central in Juárez, Mexico

Urban parks, especially large ones, play a crucial role in urban sustainability. Although the social axis of sustainability in parks has been thoroughly addressed in developed countries, this important indicator has not been fully understood in developing countries. Moreover, when it comes to studying urban parks, the social perspective is often approached from the point of view of a limited set of disciplines, thus leaving many issues unaddressed along the way. This paper aims to develop an evaluation strategy that takes into account 11 variables to assess the social sustainability of an urban park. A survey (n=388) was conducted in the Central Park of Juarez, Mexico. The study covered two seasons (winter and summer) and two weekday scenarios (weekdays and weekends). The study made it possible to identify usage patterns, frequency of visitation, time spent and other social variables related to the social sustainability axis. The results are discussed in light of the social importance of urban parks, providing strategies for improving sustainability and closing management gaps. Finally, conclusions are presented, as well as an agenda for future research.

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Neuronic Parks

This presentation looks at the concept that I have called ’Neuronic Parks’. This term refers to the neurological pathways unitised in the brain which allow us to access feelings of well-being, logic, muscular responses, future planning and our sense of being. By extrapolating the modality of our neurological pathways and considering the basic mechanism of synaptic linking through dendrites and neuron response we can develop planning concepts that create more sustainable, more connected, and more multifaceted parkways, greenways, and blue-ways. As urbanisation intensifies, we must consider the space we require to connect communities first, through planning models that create connectivity rather than allowing our parkways to be relegated to isolated pockets of green-space within communities often provisoned by the developer of the land. The concept of Neuronic Parks connects local pocket parks with National Parks utilising existing greenways, sports fields, shopping centres, local parks, coastal walkways, beaches, empty land and bridal trails etc by creating new ‘pathways’ that are strengthened and expanded or conversely, minimised and reduced based on inter-community usage and designed accessibility.

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Infancia y Ciudad: el juego y la participación en los espacios abiertos

El juego urbano y la participación infantil en procesos urbanos son dos ejercicios básicos para el desarrollo integral de la infancia. El primero se limita debido a una pobre oferta de espacios abiertos y de una casi inexistente oferta de espacios públicos urbanos de juego; el segundo se limita por la carencia de mecanismos vinculantes concebidos para que niñas y niños puedan emitir opiniones, propuestas o interrogantes sobre la forma en la que se está modificando el entorno urbano en el que habitan, y que afecta su calidad de vida. Sin embargo, ambas cuestiones son parte de los derechos de la infancia reconocidos internacionalmente, y ratificados en México; por lo tanto, al no garantizárselos, se está automáticamente negando la importancia que tienen.

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Infancia y Ciudad: el juego y la participación en los espacios abiertos

El juego urbano y la participación infantil en procesos urbanos son dos ejercicios básicos para el desarrollo integral de la infancia. El primero se limita debido a una pobre oferta de espacios abiertos y de una casi inexistente oferta de espacios públicos urbanos de juego; el segundo se limita por la carencia de mecanismos vinculantes concebidos para que niñas y niños puedan emitir opiniones, propuestas o interrogantes sobre la forma en la que se está modificando el entorno urbano en el que habitan, y que afecta su calidad de vida. Sin embargo, ambas cuestiones son parte de los derechos de la infancia reconocidos internacionalmente, y ratificados en México; por lo tanto, al no garantizárselos, se está automáticamente negando la importancia que tienen.

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Infancia y Ciudad: el juego y la participación en los espacios abiertos

El juego urbano y la participación infantil en procesos urbanos son dos ejercicios básicos para el desarrollo integral de la infancia. El primero se limita debido a una pobre oferta de espacios abiertos y de una casi inexistente oferta de espacios públicos urbanos de juego; el segundo se limita por la carencia de mecanismos vinculantes concebidos para que niñas y niños puedan emitir opiniones, propuestas o interrogantes sobre la forma en la que se está modificando el entorno urbano en el que habitan, y que afecta su calidad de vida. Sin embargo, ambas cuestiones son parte de los derechos de la infancia reconocidos internacionalmente, y ratificados en México; por lo tanto, al no garantizárselos, se está automáticamente negando la importancia que tienen.

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Infancia y Ciudad: el juego y la participación en los espacios abiertos

El juego urbano y la participación infantil en procesos urbanos son dos ejercicios básicos para el desarrollo integral de la infancia. El primero se limita debido a una pobre oferta de espacios abiertos y de una casi inexistente oferta de espacios públicos urbanos de juego; el segundo se limita por la carencia de mecanismos vinculantes concebidos para que niñas y niños puedan emitir opiniones, propuestas o interrogantes sobre la forma en la que se está modificando el entorno urbano en el que habitan, y que afecta su calidad de vida. Sin embargo, ambas cuestiones son parte de los derechos de la infancia reconocidos internacionalmente, y ratificados en México; por lo tanto, al no garantizárselos, se está automáticamente negando la importancia que tienen.

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Infancia y Ciudad: el juego y la participación en los espacios abiertos

El juego urbano y la participación infantil en procesos urbanos son dos ejercicios básicos para el desarrollo integral de la infancia. El primero se limita debido a una pobre oferta de espacios abiertos y de una casi inexistente oferta de espacios públicos urbanos de juego; el segundo se limita por la carencia de mecanismos vinculantes concebidos para que niñas y niños puedan emitir opiniones, propuestas o interrogantes sobre la forma en la que se está modificando el entorno urbano en el que habitan, y que afecta su calidad de vida. Sin embargo, ambas cuestiones son parte de los derechos de la infancia reconocidos internacionalmente, y ratificados en México; por lo tanto, al no garantizárselos, se está automáticamente negando la importancia que tienen.

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Infancia y Ciudad: el juego y la participación en los espacios abiertos

El juego urbano y la participación infantil en procesos urbanos son dos ejercicios básicos para el desarrollo integral de la infancia. El primero se limita debido a una pobre oferta de espacios abiertos y de una casi inexistente oferta de espacios públicos urbanos de juego; el segundo se limita por la carencia de mecanismos vinculantes concebidos para que niñas y niños puedan emitir opiniones, propuestas o interrogantes sobre la forma en la que se está modificando el entorno urbano en el que habitan, y que afecta su calidad de vida. Sin embargo, ambas cuestiones son parte de los derechos de la infancia reconocidos internacionalmente, y ratificados en México; por lo tanto, al no garantizárselos, se está automáticamente negando la importancia que tienen.

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Childhood and the City: play and participation in open spaces

Urban play and children's participation in urban processes are two basic exercises for the comprehensive development of children. The first is limited due to a poor offer of open spaces and an almost non-existent offer of urban public spaces for play; the second is limited by the lack of binding mechanisms designed so that girls and boys can express opinions, proposals or questions about the way in which the urban environment where they live is being modified, and that affects their quality of life. However, both issues are part of the internationally recognized children's rights, and ratified in Mexico; therefore, by not guaranteeing them, we are automatically denying their importance.

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Childhood and the City: play and participation in open spaces

Urban play and children's participation in urban processes are two basic exercises for the comprehensive development of children. The first is limited due to a poor offer of open spaces and an almost non-existent offer of urban public spaces for play; the second is limited by the lack of binding mechanisms designed so that girls and boys can express opinions, proposals or questions about the way in which the urban environment where they live is being modified, and that affects their quality of life. However, both issues are part of the internationally recognized children's rights, and ratified in Mexico; therefore, by not guaranteeing them, we are automatically denying their importance.

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Childhood and the City: play and participation in open spaces

Urban play and children's participation in urban processes are two basic exercises for the comprehensive development of children. The first is limited due to a poor offer of open spaces and an almost non-existent offer of urban public spaces for play; the second is limited by the lack of binding mechanisms designed so that girls and boys can express opinions, proposals or questions about the way in which the urban environment where they live is being modified, and that affects their quality of life. However, both issues are part of the internationally recognized children's rights, and ratified in Mexico; therefore, by not guaranteeing them, we are automatically denying their importance.

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Childhood and the City: play and participation in open spaces

Urban play and children's participation in urban processes are two basic exercises for the comprehensive development of children. The first is limited due to a poor offer of open spaces and an almost non-existent offer of urban public spaces for play; the second is limited by the lack of binding mechanisms designed so that girls and boys can express opinions, proposals or questions about the way in which the urban environment where they live is being modified, and that affects their quality of life. However, both issues are part of the internationally recognized children's rights, and ratified in Mexico; therefore, by not guaranteeing them, we are automatically denying their importance.

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Las áreas privadas de conservación una opción a los efectos del cambio climático

los propietarios, ejidatarios o comuneros pueden optar voluntariamente a destinar sus propiedades (sin perderla) a acciones de conservación y protección de los recursos naturales y su biodiversidad. con esto el gobierno local reconoce este interes y certifica la propiedad para que se pueda gestionar recursos de todo tipo para lograr elaborar el plan de manejo y con ellos tener la información de que proyectos sostenibles se pueden desarrollar en estos sitios; esto resulta como un apoyo económico al propietario y se ganan superficies destinadas a la conservación sin perder los servicios ambientales que estos generan a la región.

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Entre resistencias y paradojas. Historia del Parque de Educación Ambiental Granja Amojileca.

La ciudad de Chilpancingo, Guerrero, es la primera capital nacional de México. Ninguna otra localidad del país tiene el privilegio histórico de haber atestiguado la instauración del Primer Congreso de Anáhuac, la promulgación de los Sentimientos de la Nación —el antecedente primigenio de nuestra Constitución Política— y la firma del primer documento de Independencia frente a España. Desde 1970 es la sede de los poderes del estado de la República erigido como tal en 1849 en honor al consumador de la guerra de Independencia: Vicente Guerrero Saldaña. A pesar de eso, es la capital estatal más rezagada en todos los sentidos, particularmente en servicios de entretenimiento colectivo para los vecinos y sus familias: sólo ha contado por décadas con dos espacios propios de convivencia: el zoológico Zoochilpan (1978) y el Museo La Avispa (1998). En 2015 se le consideró la peor ciudad para vivir en México y en 2018 figuró entre las seis ciudades más inseguras del país. Además, el río que apuntalaba su ecosistema, ha sido extinguido a su paso por la zona urbana para convertirlo en colector de aguas negras. En ese contexto inmensamente adverso se fundó el Parque de Educación Ambiental Granja Amojileca como una iniciativa académica de vinculación que durante más de quince años ha sido el proyecto más exitoso en toda la Historia de la Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero, con el registro insólito de más de un millón de visitantes a un lugar sin atractivos naturales, con la imaginación y voluntad altruista y creativa de una familia, y un equipo de trabajo de profesores, estudiantes y vecinos, a partir de la labor de conservación del venado cola blanca, como sitio ancla, y una serie de servicios complementarios de recreación educativa, labor que mantiene al espacio como el único en su tipo en todo el sur del país. Su plan mercadológico original, fundado en la imagen de una resortera como arma para promover la cultura de la Paz, lo ha convertido en el principal espacio de convivencia familiar y grupal en la primera capital del país, a 500 años de la caída de la gran Tenochtitlán, a 200 años de consumada la guerra de Independencia y en la plena vigencia de la modernidad tecnológica.

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El Parque del 2050

¿Cómo será el parque del 2050? Ciudades más grandes, robotización, cambio climático, ecología ...y un gran reto por delante. Llegan nuevos parques con diseño y gestión diferentes al concepto clásico ¿Estamos preparados?

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Comunica tu parque: Idioma verde

Crear espacios atractivos, recreativos e informados es uno de los retos de los equipos que operan los parques y espacios públicos, ya que la diversidad de usuarios que los visitan es incontable. Canales de comunicación, estrategias creativas, creación de comunidades e identidad de tu parque son algunos de los temas que podrás conocer en esta sesión.

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Inclusion and equality for women and girls in Public spaces

In this session we will discuss the importance of designing inclusive public space for women and girls to facilitate their mobility, particularly mobility of care. We will present a case study in Tlahuac to show how public space can represent a barrier for equality and development and how we can address these challenges through social participation and good design.

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Parques con sentido: espacios para el bienestar.

¿Qué sucedería si un grupo inter-disciplinario de expertos y miembros de la comunidad diseñaran parques con sentido humano ¿Cómo influye un área verde, la interacción humana, los olores y colores en la felicidad? El diseño urbano en parques y jardines basado en fundamentos de Psicología Positiva es una realidad y se han desarrollado metodologías de bajo costo y de alto impacto para contribuir al bienestar y felicidad de los habitantes. En esta charla se expondrán metodología, programas de ejecución y ejemplos de casos de éxito al rededor del mundo, pero en particular en parques de Nuevo León.

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Unpaving Paradise to Put in a Park for All - Presidio Tunnel Tops

As an urban national park, the central focus of the Presidio is to transform a historic former army base into parkland that is inclusive and accessible to all, particularly communities that have traditionally been underrepresented in national parks -- BIPOC and low-income visitors, and visitors with disabilities. This session will explore how the renewal of the derelict freeway approach to the Golden Gate Bridge propelled a vision to create 14-acres of new parklands — the Presidio Tunnel Tops — over the top of new freeway tunnels. Community action, private philanthropy, and excellent design were marshaled to create a multi-faceted place for renewal, play and civic gathering designed to transform the Presidio of San Francisco into a national park site for all.

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Diseño normativo para parques y jardines públicos municipales

Conoce las tendencias de los diseños normativos contemporáneos para parques y jardines públicos municipales y los modelos acordes con su contexto sociocultural y ambiental. Los diseños normativos de la mayoría de los municipios mexicanos son anacrónicos, complejos, inviables y carecen de armonización y estandarización.

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Corredor de Bienestar en la Ribera del Río Cupatitzio

En la ciudad de Uruapan, existe carencia y poca accesibilidad a espacios públicos deportivos, culturales y recreativos al aire libre, principalmente en la cabecera municipal se tienen 4.2 m2 por habitante cuando el mínimo aceptable por la OMS es de 9 m2. Como resultado de lo anterior, Uruapan se ha propuesta una meta para la creación de un corredor de bienestar en las riberas del río Cupatitzio, que ayude al rescate de los 11 kilómetros de longitud, desde la manantial rodilla del diablo que provee agua a la ciudad, hasta la caída conocida como la Tzararacua, desde el año 2000 se han impulsado iniciativas, y para 2020 se han concluído 2 etapas. Estos espacios son potenciales para desarrollar corredores deportivos, recreativos, culturales y económicos mientras se restaura un ecosistema urbano. Además, la implementación de geovallas ayudará a proporcionar información como el cuidado de la salud, la cultura y/o promociones de negocios en las cercanías que ayudan a la reactivación económica del comercio. La recuperación del corredor permitirá incrementar el área de espacios públicos por habitantes, a reducir las emisiones de los Gases de Efecto Invernadero, disminuir las islas de calor, el saneamiento de las aguas y la visibilización del río.

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El parque urbano como indicador e integrador social.

Entendiendo el parque urbano como elemento de múltiples beneficios para los ejidos urbanos, la integración social y el crecimiento de las ciudades. Por a veces no resulta fácil su gestión, muchas veces las mismas comunidades beneficiarias, son reacias a la creación de nuevas áreas públicas. En muchas localidades de Tucumán – Argentina, la falta de espacio público, es respaldada por el destino privatizado, fraccionario e individualizado del territorio. Existe un entendimiento generalizado sobre el espacio público, parques y plazas, como áreas solo de las grandes ciudades. Tomando el caso del proyecto OCUMEN (Observatorio Cultural los Menhires) esta sesión propone se analizar los múltiples desafíos que encuentra en el camino el proyecto. Cómo insertar un parque urbano, en un territorio con necesidades básicas sin resolver. Cuán real y medible es el beneficio de crear un parque integrador. Cómo se utiliza al patrimonio, las costumbres e ideologías, como impedimentos para las mejoras urbanísticas y la calidad de vida de la población en su conjunto. Quiénes son los actores involucrados en la toma de decisión de crear un parque integrador y cómo la voluntad política y el consenso comunitario, son claves para su éxito.

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El parque urbano como indicador e integrador social.

Entendiendo el parque urbano como elemento de múltiples beneficios para los ejidos urbanos, la integración social y el crecimiento de las ciudades. Por a veces no resulta fácil su gestión, muchas veces las mismas comunidades beneficiarias, son reacias a la creación de nuevas áreas públicas. En muchas localidades de Tucumán – Argentina, la falta de espacio público, es respaldada por el destino privatizado, fraccionario e individualizado del territorio. Existe un entendimiento generalizado sobre el espacio público, parques y plazas, como áreas solo de las grandes ciudades. Tomando el caso del proyecto OCUMEN (Observatorio Cultural los Menhires) esta sesión propone se analizar los múltiples desafíos que encuentra en el camino el proyecto. Cómo insertar un parque urbano, en un territorio con necesidades básicas sin resolver. Cuán real y medible es el beneficio de crear un parque integrador. Cómo se utiliza al patrimonio, las costumbres e ideologías, como impedimentos para las mejoras urbanísticas y la calidad de vida de la población en su conjunto. Quiénes son los actores involucrados en la toma de decisión de crear un parque integrador y cómo la voluntad política y el consenso comunitario, son claves para su éxito.

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La réconciliation et les parcs publics

La réconciliation, une préoccupation nationale, a été intégrée au cadre stratégique du Plan directeur du parc Jean-Drapeau. Nous y présenterons les stratégies et les démarches effectuées pour assurer sa mise en oeuvre à partir d'actions concrètes. Les États et les municipalités ont aujourd’hui la responsabilité de mettre en oeuvre les principes nationaux et internationaux en matière de réconciliation. Le parc Jean-Drapeau, plus grand et ancien parc de Montréal, qui porte en lui l’héritage autochtone, en a fait une priorité et une orientation stratégique. La transformation annoncée dans son plan directeur fera du parc un lieu plus accessible, diversifié, vert et public. L’abondance d’expériences, de patrimoines, d’espaces et de contact avec les gens, le paysage et la nature répondra aux besoins et aspirations des citoyens de même qu’aux enjeux des parcs urbains. L’inclusion, comme principe directeur, guide notre manière de penser, d’aborder et d’aménager le parc. C’est dans ce contexte que nous avons développé notre engagement envers la vérité et la réconciliation. La démarche effectuée depuis 2019, l’élaboration d’un plan d’action et les principales actions mise en œuvre en 2021 seront présentées. Par cela, nous espérons inciter d’autres gestionnaires de parcs à s’investir envers les peuples autochtones et la valorisation de leur présence historique et de leurs pratiques culturelles, tout en ouvrant la discussion sur d’autre initiatives à privilégier pour développer ce nouveau champ d’expertise en architecture de paysage et en gouvernance de parc public.

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Regenerative awareness of tourism in educational environments

The objective of the Project is to produce a regenerative awareness in the teaching-learning of tourism, in educational environments; in which it allows students to experience a change in their connection with nature, through guided tours. In this way, acquire a deeper understanding that encourages responsible work with nature and encourages the future professional to be a communicator of change. The transformation that this learning has generated in them will be evaluated, as well as their ability to transmit it. This evaluation will allow adjusting teaching techniques to generate a deeper internalization of "tourism responsibility"; The essential of these actions of change, fundamental for life and care of the earth in these times, is ensured. The practices are developed in the urban natural settings that, among others, the Public Park of the Faculty of Agronomy of the University of Buenos Aires.

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Australian Cloud Forest Garden – Botanic Gardens and Ex situ Conservation

The Australian Cloud Forest Collection (ACFC) is a new feature garden for the Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden in Olinda, Victoria, Australia. Designed to showcase and conserve endangered flora from Queensland's Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. The project is part of the multi-agency Tropical Mountain Plants Science Project, led by the Australian Tropical Herbarium at James Cook University (Cairns), Australian National Botanic Garden (Canberra) and the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria (Cranbourne), and is focused on the conservation of mountain top of Far North Queensland. These mountain top ecosystems are unique globally, with many of the species, both plants and animals, found nowhere else on earth. Climate modelling predicts this area could be subject to drastic habitat loss within as little as 15 years, with droughts in the cloud forest being longer, hotter, drier and more frequent. The aim of the project is to collect and secure the most diverse 'captive' collection possible, holding them in ex-situ conservation collections in multiple botanic gardens, including the Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden. The flagship species of this display will be the two species of native Rhododendrons. Designed by Andrea Proctor Landscapes and supported by the Australian Rhododendron Society and Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, the project is now at construction phase and will be a great new visitor facility with important conservation outcomes.

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Programas Recreativos. Clave para la activación de los espacios públicos

La programación activa en los espacios públicos es un “MUST”. Crear un programa de actividades atractivo para las diferentes personas, gustos e intereses, así como aprovechar los diferentes espacios físicos que se tienen, los conocimientos y habilidades del equipo de trabajo, las alianzas estratégicas y la biodiversidad con la que se cuenta, se traduce en un Parque Activo, visitantes felices, conocimientos adquiridos y recursos obtenidos. Conoce la experiencia, programas exitosos y áreas de oportunidad que hemos aprendido y detectado en los últimos años al implementar programas recreativos en el Parque Metropolitano de León.

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Implementación del Ecoparque Vergel, un espacio accesible, incluyente y sostenible en Pereira

Atendiendo los retos de una ciudad sostenible, biodiversa e innovadora, que busca generar estrategias para el mejoramiento de la oferta turística de naturaleza a través de experiencias memorables para sus visitantes nace el Ecoparque urbano El Vergel, el cual consolida una propuesta de alto valor que se constituye como un “oasis verde”, ofreciendo a propios y visitantes la oportunidad de conectarse con la naturaleza a través de sus senderos, de transportar a los sentidos a una inmersión por el bosque y al disfrute de su fauna y flora como protagonistas en cada recorrido. El Vergel es un gran Ecoparque urbano de 22 hectáreas, localizado en la ciudad de Pereira y su área metropolitana, que permite a la ciudad contar con un espacio para la contemplación activa y pasiva de la naturaleza, el senderismo, la educación ambiental, la recreación, el deporte, la cultura, el entrenamiento del ser y el encuentro ciudadano, todo en el marco de la protección ambiental. El parque desarrolla una oferta de experiencias y servicios turísticos de naturaleza orientados a resignificar la naturaleza como un sistema vivo, y reconectar al ser humano con el entorno de una manera más inclusiva y sostenible.

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El papel educativo ambiental de los bosques urbanos

La educación ambiental es un medio transformador de la realidad socioambiental, metamorfosis que de manera urgente se necesita para acceder a una alternativa de vida que restaure los efectos de la Mega crisis ambiental en la cual estamos sumergidos todos los seres vivos de este planeta y así restablecer la relación de reciprocidad humano-ambiente. Los parques y bosques urbanos debido a sus características y a la dinámica social que se desarrolla en ellos poseen un potencial enorme como centros de educación y cultura ambiental y afortunadamente algunos lo aprovechan poniendo en práctica programas educativos ambientales, sin embargo, es común encontrar esfuerzos planteados de manera reduccionistas que no logran alcanzar un nivel alto de formación. De aquí parte la importancia de establecer un modelo de evaluación que resalte los principios pedagógicos ambientales aplicados en los programas, cuestione sus logros y facilite la propuesta de mejoras que contribuyan verdaderamente a la trasformación socioambiental. El presente modelo de evaluación aún se encuentra en desarrollo y es parte del proyecto de tesis de la autora para lograr el título de Maestra en Educación Ambiental con enfoque en la profesionalización del hacer educativo ambiental en parques por parte de la Universidad de Guadalajara.

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Campus Rodrigo Facio UCR: un espacio para la convivencia, recreación y preservación, además de la mejora de espacios de conectividad biológica estructural

El campus universitario Rodrigo Facio de la Universidad de Costa Rica, constituye uno de los últimos espacios de convivencia entre el ser humano y la naturaleza en la Gran Área Metropolitana (GAM) de Costa Rica, su extensión cercana a las 92 hectáreas, representa no solo un reto en cuanto a preservación y/o conservación de espacios naturales; también constituye una oportunidad para la integración y convivencia de las personas tanto alumnos, docentes y demás personal universitario, además de una población aledaña cercana a las 300 000 personas con necesidades de recreación deporte y otros servicios que provee la Universidad de Costa Rica. La preocupación por el mantenimiento y/o ampliación de los espacios verdes en la Universidad de Costa Rica ha sido un tema de enorme preocupación en la gestión universitaria, la institución cuenta con la Unidad de Gestión Ambiental (UGA), que realiza dicha gestión acompañada por otras instancias como son la Comisión de Foresta Universitaria (CFU) órgano colegiado de expertos que realiza un aporte en cuanto a estudios sobre el componente forestal, la Red de Áreas Protegidas (RAP) que gestiona las áreas para conservación de la institución, se complementa con la Vicerrectoría de Administración y la Rectoría, estableciendo los lineamientos de trabajo.

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El espacio público un mundo donde quepan muchos mundos

Se visibilizan formas de participación que engendra modos novedosos de resemantización del tradicional espacio público como un espacio-público-común; revelando la adopción de un enfoque coherente/sistemático para la planificación y el diseño de ciudades, la necesidad de una pedagogía urbana y reconocer el juego como parte fundamental de la vida de una plaza, un anden, un sendero etc. Es decir, el espacio público se transforma a una apuesta de infraestructura en una apuesta política que genera lugares para el ejercicio de derechos. Esta sesión es un jaque mate a lo publico, aquí cambiaras tu mirada del espacio a 360 grados, donde entraras en juego con tu niño interior para vivir una experiencia a otro nivel de una sala de conferencias, al convertirla en una sala de juegos. ¿Estás dispuesto a entrar al juego?

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Guacamaya: De Cerro a Parque Natural Urbano

La principal motivación esta en la transformación urbana para mejorar nuestra calidad de vida, entiendo que el espacio publico es una oportunidad para construir ciudadania, reconstruir el tejido social y fortalecer las relaciones de confianza para alcanzar el bienestar que juntos queremos.

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CONTRIBUTE TO LOWER CARBON EMISSIONS WHEN BUILDING OUTDOOR SOLUTIONS

CO2 emission has become an urgent problem in the world and with this seminar we would like to invite all communities to take part on the solution: lower carbon emission by choosing play equipment manufactured with recycled material and/or sustainable natural wood. We will introduce them to new recycled materials for building outdoor activity areas and show you what you can do to lower carbon emission when you design.

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6 PLANNING TIPS ON HOW TO CREATE INCLUSIVE PLAYGROUNDS IN CITIES

All children have a right to play, no matter their age, ability, and background. And all families should be able to access leisure offerings in their neighborhood. Statistics show us that this is far from the case. So how can city playgrounds be inclusive of diverse user needs, including those of children and adults with disabilities? And can park playgrounds cater for all and still be thrilling, without disproportionate costs? Join this webinar to learn more about park planning for active, fun playgrounds for all, that are truly inclusive.

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Australian Cloud Forest Garden – Botanic Gardens and Ex situ Conservation

The Australian Cloud Forest Collection (ACFC) is a new feature garden for the Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden in Olinda, Victoria, Australia. Designed to showcase and conserve endangered flora from Queensland's Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. The project is part of the multi-agency Tropical Mountain Plants Science Project, led by the Australian Tropical Herbarium at James Cook University (Cairns), Australian National Botanic Garden (Canberra) and the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria (Cranbourne), and is focused on the conservation of mountain top of Far North Queensland. These mountain top ecosystems are unique globally, with many of the species, both plants and animals, found nowhere else on earth. Climate modelling predicts this area could be subject to drastic habitat loss within as little as 15 years, with droughts in the cloud forest being longer, hotter, drier and more frequent. The aim of the project is to collect and secure the most diverse 'captive' collection possible, holding them in ex-situ conservation collections in multiple botanic gardens, including the Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden. The flagship species of this display will be the two species of native Rhododendrons. Designed by Andrea Proctor Landscapes and supported by the Australian Rhododendron Society and Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, the project is now at construction phase and will be a great new visitor facility with important conservation outcomes.

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Changing the narrative through park management

Thanks to the design and its implementation, it is possible to change the urban image. Still, even more importantly, a park's proper management can change the narrative and meaning of a space. An abandoned park with a low-security perception can become a family destination and women gathering place. The indicators measured in Parque Cuscatlán show that we can recover areas that we thought were lost. The good news is that this exercise can be replicated, and with the case of Parque Cuscatlán and the multiple measurements that have been made in this space, very positive results can be anticipated. Public-private partnerships can achieve this goal if they are adequately supported with the help of legal instruments such as agreements and other tools such as effective communication and the search for consensus. It is crucial to change the paradigm that projects end when the construction work is finished and move on to a new model in which taking care of what is built is equally valuable. This implies including the community and the users fostering desirable behaviors to maintain the spaces. It is also vital to have a robust activation plan and the necessary financing for its implementation.

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Conversion of a landfill - an environmental liability transformed into a social asset

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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Mindful in Nature - The Effects of Connecting Children to Natural Environments

A walk along the beach, the shade of a tree, the wind in the branches of the forest … we all have experienced the soothing and healing effects of time in nature. Offering these practices to learners of all ages, including children, is becoming increasingly popular in nature based programs worldwide. This presentation will give an overview of the health, wellbeing, pedagogic principles, and current research, that explains how nature connection can occur in parklands. Practical examples of implementing nature connection will be provided by Greater Sydney Parklands Education Team (New South Wales, Australia) . Educators in these parklands deliver nature connection experiences to children of all ages and have found significant gains across all areas of wellbeing, which then increases participation in parks natural spaces and infrastructure beyond sessions. During the presentation mindfulness techniques will be theoretically and practically detailed giving all participants tools to implement nature connection for wellbeing in their own settings.

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Conversion of a landfill - an environmental liability transformed into a social asset

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

Describing our open spaces as High-quality, Innovative, Resilient and Inclusive should be the standard. COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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“Thrills, chills and child driven play designs: 10 tips for retention with thrilling, challenging playgrounds”

What does it take to make especially older children physically activity outdoors? The debate on risk averseness in public playgrounds too often ignores the existing research in child preferences for outdoor physical activity, even if it is quite unanimous across cultures and nationalities: Children want thrills and challenges in playgrounds, and not least: they benefit from thrills and challenges both physically and social-emotionally. This science based presentation will elaborate on 10 planning tips to create thrill and challenge in playgrounds.

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Conversion of a landfill - an environmental liability transformed into a social asset

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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Conversion of a landfill - an environmental liability transformed into a social asset

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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Conversion of a landfill - an environmental liability transformed into a social asset

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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Paris « Tree Strategy » for planting 170 000 trees by 2026

Trees are Paris’ best ally in the face of climate change. Trees contribute to the fight against global warming, to cooling the air and reducing heat islands, to improving rainwater management, to maintaining a diversity of fauna and flora, to improving air quality and to the psychological and physiological health of the inhabitants. The Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, wanted to put greening at the heart of her mandate, with the objective of massively increasing the place of nature in the city. By increasing the number of natural spaces and planting wherever possible, we will move from a city with gardens to a true "garden city", a more beautiful city, but also a city that is cooler and more resilient to global warming. A real paradigm shift that places nature at the heart of urban planning. This is why the City of Paris has committed to planting 170,000 trees during the term of office and to its own “Tree Strategy” to promote 23 environmental actions adopted at the Paris Council in October 2021, range from new green spaces and landscape projects, public education and technical recommendations to landowners regarding tree care, to scientific studies on tree’s behaviour in urban areas.

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Conversion of a landfill - an environmental liability transformed into a social asset..

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS: Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers.

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers.

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers.

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers.

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers.

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Conversion of a landfill - an environmental liability transformed into a social asset..

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS: Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers.

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers

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PATRONES EVALUACIÓN Y DISEÑO PARA GENERAR HABITABILIDAD Y ATRACTIVIDAD EN PARQUES URBANOS

Los Patrones propuestos según Tesis doctoral , surgen a partir de verificar la correlación entre la Atractividad de los espacios verdes, evaluada por el mayor uso, según la cantidad, diversidad de usuarios, y de actividades que se llevan a cabo, especialmente las que promueven la sociabilidad, con mayor permanencia en el mismo, generan apropiación, además de satisfacción y dependen principalmente, de la Habitabilidad Directa a través de la interrelación de los factores físico naturales, arquitectónicos y socioculturales, junto a la Habitabilidad Indirecta que evalúa al entorno urbano. Los Patrones son aplicables a parques urbanos existentes o nuevos, a través de procesos de diseño creativos con un cuidado por la infraestructura y equipamiento eficientes, que se concreta en un espacio verde atractivo local e internacionalmente.

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Buenos Aires: Public Space Design Manual with a Gender and Diversity Perspective

To develop transformative public policies it is not enough to highlight inequalities and their consequent problems, you have to assume uncomfortable places and modify traditional courses of action. The city and its public space have a fundamental role in the composition of the social structure and in the relationships that occur among its inhabitants. In this sense, the design of the public space has the responsibility of generating greater guarantees regarding the universal right to transit, inhabit and enjoy the city. This Manual, published by the Government of the City of Buenos Aires in March 2022, exposes conceptual notions and hard data regarding the inequality prevailing in society and its empirical translation into the urban experience, with the intention of describing and measuring this problem. It then proposes tools for research and participation, to incorporate the perspective of people. Finally, it establishes design guidelines to consider when thinking and planning the space. It culminates with three case studies from the city of Buenos Aires. This publication seeks to be a contribution to the challenge of mitigating the inequalities prevailing in society, with their translation into differential experiences, and promoting an equitable urban experience.

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White Elephant: New public space. Consensus, participation and urban transformation.

The Elefante Blanco Public Park is located in the southern area of the City of Buenos Aires, in the center of Barrio 15 (called the Hidden City), a neighborhood that has been neglected and built by its inhabitants. The park, as well as a new government headquarters, are located where a building from the 1930s used to stand, abandoned since the 1950s. The “White Elephant”, as it was known, was destined to be the largest tuberculosis hospital in Latin America, but the political and historical vicissitudes did not allow its completion. Instead, a new neighborhood was gradually formed around it while sheltering families and organizations within it. From 2016, the Government of the City of Buenos Aires determined that the building, structurally irrecoverable, was demolished. Thus, the design and execution of an unprecedented work in the city was given way, which incorporated 12,000 m² of public green space, where the needs of the affected population were prioritized, generating consensus and promoting a new physical and symbolic appropriation of the built environment.

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Parque de la Estación: a case of community ownership in Buenos Aires

The Parque de la Estación (hereinafter PdE) is one of the newest parks in the City of Buenos Aires and one of the most varied and intensive. In the projection of the park, elements were combined that allow us to interpret its current dynamics. Its emergence from a neighborhood demand, the consequent community appropriation that neighbors have made since the beginning of the project, the diversity of profiles that inhabit the park and the variety and intensity of use , with some of the components present in their daily lives. It will seek to deepen the stages of project, work and life of this park as factors that contributed to generate this successful dynamic.

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innovation, knowledge and talent contributing to the economic and environmental development of the City.

The Plaza Houssay, located between the faculties of Economics, Medicine, Pharmacy and Dentistry of the University of Buenos Aires, is a pass-through spot for more than 170,000 students. Despite the significant daily flow of people, the gastronomic and cultural offer of the environment was very low and security is something that neighbors constantly demanded. The proposal we sought then was to enhance the environment, promoting the concept of "Urban Campus" as a magnet and pole of innovation, knowledge and talent, giving a new use to the parking located in the basements of the square - then underutilized - in a friendly space, in which both students and neighbors, find a new space of enjoyment and connectivity. The Urban Campus was designed to contribute to the sustainable development of the area, considering in the same project the social, economic, cultural and urban-environmental aspects.

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Nature-based solutions and Rewilding of local nature in Tel-Aviv city and Ganei Yehoshua park

In the climate change time, we function in Ganei Yehoshua Park and in the urban areas of Tel Aviv, in innovative approaches of nature-based solutions, which emphasize raising the diversity of species on the one hand a solution for runoff water management on the other hand . In the presentation I will present examples of these projects on a neighborhood scale to the scale of a metropolitan park. The presentation will emphasize the understanding that these actions are important to us as city residents, especially in terms of public health and to our wellbeing. In addition, I will present practices of rehabilitating ecosystems in the city - in integration of the community.

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Collaborative by Design: Parks Canada’s New Network of National Urban Parks

A collaborative and partnership based model is a successful approach for a federally-led urban park program. Join Parks Canada and partners to learn more about the new National Urban Parks Program, which represents the next evolution for Parks Canada whose history over 110 years has provided Canadians a system of national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas. Building on the success of the Rouge National Urban Park, Parks Canada has committed to collaborate with municipalities, provinces, Indigenous partners, conservation organizations and park advocacy groups, among others, to identify opportunities for creating or expanding national urban parks in urban and near-urban settings. This new network of national urban parks will also include areas managed under a range of flexible governance models, including federally administered places, 3rd party administered places, and partnership models. Our network is working together to create new national urban parks that will help protect biodiversity, support climate resilience, connect people to nature, improve mental health and wellness, promote cultural heritage, and increase social inclusion. They will also provide opportunities to support reconciliation with Indigenous populations and build collaborative relationships with Indigenous partners. This interactive session will offer a hybrid presentation and workshop format, to engage and benefit all participants.

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers

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Conversion of a landfill - an environmental liability transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time!. Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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environmental

Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.” My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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An environmental liability (landfill) transformed into a social asset.

AUDIO GUIDE THAT OUR VISITORS LISTEN TO IN THE FIRST GARDENS Hey, hi there! I want to welcome you to Parque Cancún! My name is Chari the jay. I’m a Yucatan jay and I live in flocks here in Parque Cancún.You can recognize us by our beautiful blue and black plumage! I’ll be your guide on this tour. Have a great time! Each one of us deserves a proper and safe recreational space. A place that gives us a sense of identity, where we feel we belong, on this beautiful land that we make our home. Parque Cancún is a public space developed by the National Commission for Natural Protected Areas and a NGO of Cancun’s businessmen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our city. It is designed so you can spend moments of contemplation, learning, recreation and sports which contribute to a better quality of life. Parque Cancún is a public non-profit space, with an area of 600 acres, 80% is destined for wetlands and jungle conservation and 15% for social interaction area, transforming what was the first city garbage dump in to a beautiful public space. Oh yes! VERY IMPORTANT! We are the first urban park without garbage cans, our ZERO GARBAGE motto is: “What I bring, I take with me.”

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Three Rivers, One Maintenance Strategy: Funding Routine Care for Pittsburgh's Riverfronts

Pittsburgh is famous for making steel, for its bridges, and for the rivers they cross, two of which converge into a third at the city's most famous public space. But only a portion of Pittsburgh's riverfronts are publicly owned. Though most of the system is publicly accessible, a mosaic of ownership and investment makes for inconsistent maintenance and a disjointed riverfront experience. In order to address this issue, local nonprofit Riverlife is working to develop a one-of-a-kind funding structure and maintenance strategy to bring added value to the existing system and ensure a world-class experience for all along Pittsburgh's three rivers. Participants in this session will have a chance to dig into the details of this evolving plan. Riverlife's Director of Planning Projects will outline the successes, and the hurdles, that come with a shared maintenance plan for 49 unique property owners across 180 parcels. This innovative approach to public and private land management offers unique opportunities for equitable access and investment across diverse geographies and challenging political landscapes.

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Designing playgrounds for young children and their families

Our youngest children (birth to 5 years) are the most frequent users of public playground spaces. Therefore, it is essential that public playgrounds be designed for the unique developmental needs of the youngest children. Moreover, young children are always accompanied by their families when they visit public playgrounds. This means that these spaces must also be exciting, engaging, and comfortable for the whole family. In this session we will discuss research on early childhood development and from the KOMPAN play institute with the youngest children on what works best in playground design. We will also demonstrate which features of public playgrounds are most appealing to families with young children and present planning tips and case studies of playgrounds that are attractive for the youngest playground users.

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Urban Park revisited

In our collective imagination an urban park is a public place of free access and usually run by local authorities. Its main objective is recreation although there are additional environmental, social, and economic benefits. Under the current urban context of overpopulation, pollution, climate change and mainly prevailing water scarcity, urban parks face great challenges for their maintenance. Treated wastewater reuse constitutes an attractive tool to relieve water stress at cities. The use of treated wastewater to irrigate urban parks and green spaces is successfully practiced around the world. In Mexico, the utilization of treated wastewater started in 1970s, nowadays 15 % of treated water is destined to irrigate green areas. This document presents a demonstrative project of an urban park built around a decentralized wastewater treatment plant of 3 l/sec, Ecoparque located in a typical slope at the desert city of Tijuana in northern Mexico. It has been running for nearly 30 years, has 2.5 km irrigation lines aiming to cover 10-acre surface, and by now 30% treated water is reused. In the site environmental education, urban agriculture, native plants propagation, compost production and renewable energy activities take place; in doing so, urban resilience, environmental awareness and reduction of food poverty are also addressed.

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PLANNING IN EXTREME CLIMATES: ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN CITY DESIGN

Multiple factors condition how people move around and use the city. Climate is one of them, and today it has taken on a priority role due to the environmental alterations of climate change. City planners and decision makers must recognize the urgency of designing for the new climate conditions, with a vision of resilience, reduced impacts and attention to social dynamics. The session explores the experience of three Mexican cities in different regions: Torreon, a desert city in the north, and its mobility plan with a focus on sustainability; Merida, a tropical city in the southeast, and its green infrastructure regulations aimed at protecting native flora and aquifers; and Los Cabos, a coastal city in the northwest, and the urban design of a social housing development, with a focus on flood risk mitigation and water stress.

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Paseo al Lago

IDEA GENERAL Paseo urbano, que integra elementos de naturaleza y cultura, en dos etapas. La primera será la del llamado a Concurso, cuatro cuadras, hasta la Estación de Tren y la segunda completarla a mediano plazo. Se busca impulsar la Revitalización del Centro Histórico de Areguá, preservando su Memoria colectiva y valor patrimonial, y así promover la apropiación del espacio público como espacio para la relación y esparcimiento de la población local y visitantes en la primera etapa, y así como en la segunda la de restaurar la naturaleza de Areguá, arborizando y equipando la llegada al lago y humedales de Ypacaraí. Donde el objetivo será el rescate del espacio público para el uso y goce de sus habitantes reafirmando y rescatando el carácter de las edificaciones emblemáticas que lo conforman. OBJETIVO DEL PROYECTO Integrar Naturaleza, Cultura, Historia y Disfrute en un Paseo Urbano que involucra el espacio Avenida del Lago, el cual se extiende desde la Iglesia “Virgen de la Candelaria” hasta el Lago Ypacaraí, buscando afianzar la identidad de Areguá, conocida por su naturaleza y cultura, además de la participación social del entorno inmediato, pobladores en general y visitantes

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A Safe Return: Community Activations in the Post-COVID Public Space

"A Safe Return: Community Activations in the Post-COVID City" focuses on a multisectoral strategy of urban interventions designed to assist in post-pandemic reactivation processes in public spaces and communities in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. This project ranges from cultural exercises of citizen co-responsibility to the physical transformation of streets, parks, and common spaces that become adaptable to the new normality. Likewise, it seeks to highlight the value of citizen participation and inter-institutional management in the design and intervention of the city and its public spaces.

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Dos and Don'ts de las intervenciones urbanas a traves de 3 proyectos

En el área metropolitana de la Ciudad de México, 3 zonas fueron intervenidas con 3 proyectos de diferentes enfoques como protagonistas, Urbanismo Táctico, Diseño Urbano y Medio Ambiente; el proceso de gestión fue diferente en cada uno lo cual nos permitió detectar qué hacer y qué no hacer al gestionar, diseñar y ejecutar un proyecto.

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers

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5 clues from Environmental Psychology that designers of recreational public spaces should know

The growing population living in cities demands a paradigm shift in the design process of public spaces to improve the quality of urban life. While the main object of study of Environmental Psychology is the human-ambience interrelationship, this proposal aims to present 5 key concepts that demonstrate this interaction. The contributions are organized in two sections. The first is related to symbolic concepts which include: (i) appropriation; (ii) place identity; and (iii) place attachment. The second, focuses on practical theories to be applied in the design processes: (iv) perception; and (v) restorative capacity. The main goal is to articulate these assumptions with the architectural realm to guide design logics for the benefit of city dwellers

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Centro Metropolitano de Conservación de Vida Silvestre Urbana, Guadalajara , Jalisco.

El Centro de Vida Silvestre forma parte de la Agencia Metropolitana de Bosques Urbanos del Área Metropolitana de Guadalajara, es un proyecto único en América Latina, diseñado para conservar, proteger y renovar de manera integral a un conjunto de áreas verdes completamente gratuitas localizadas a lo largo y ancho de la capital de Jalisco para que funjan como amortiguadores medioambientales, detonadores de la convivencia ciudadana y de la apropiación de estilos de vida saludables. Dentro de ese esquema se detecta la necesidad de un proyecto dedicado específicamente a la conservación de la vida silvestre que habita de manera natural en nuestros bosques, por lo que nace el Centro Metropolitano de Conservación de Vida Silvestre Urbana, con el objetivo de ejecutar acciones que beneficien directamente a los organismos silvestres de nuestros bosques urbanos, así como la concientización a la sociedad en la interacción y convivencia directa con los ecosistemas. En la sesión buscamos compartir acciones del 2021, donde se mostrará el mapeo de incidencias de rescate, monitoreos de especies, atenciones veterinarias, acciones de rehabilitación, reubicaciones y los beneficios obtenidos al funcionar como laboratorio viviente, siguiendo puntualmente la interacción con el área metropolitana de Guadalajara.

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EXPERIENCIAS Y ENSEÑANZA DE LA PROYECTACIÓN DE PARQUES URBANOS-CIUDADES INTERMEDIAS

LA PONENCIA APUNTA A MOSTRAR LAS EXPERIENCIAS DE LA ENSEÑANZA DEL DISEÑO URBANO EN EL ÁMBITO UNIVERSITARIO, ESPECÍFICAMENTE DEL DISEÑO DE PARQUES URBANOS EN UNA CIUDAD INTERMEDIA (BUCARAMANGA-COLOMBIA), COMPARTE UNA REFLEXIÓN SOBRE LAS LIMITACIONES, DIFICULTADES, AVANCES Y LOGROS ALCANZADOS EN LA PRÁCTICA DE UN CURSO DE DISEÑO URBANO BÁSICO, EN EL QUE SE PONE ÉNFASIS SOBRE EL TRATAMIENTO DEL ESPACIO PÚBLCO, COMO EJE DEL REDISEÑO, REIMAGINACIÓN Y REVITALIZACIÓN DE LA CIUDAD ACTUAL.

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Urban nature parks for water, climate and biodiversity sensitive metropolitan areas

n recent years, Chile has been experiencing important changes in the use and destination of its urban parks. Cities are transforming and growing, and in the middle of them, there are natural remnants of ecological and social importance. In parallel, two legislative reforms allow the emergence of new parks with natural value around urban wetlands, which have a metropolitan scale scope and use. The purpose of this session is to discuss the main characteristics, the principal elements and the complexities to be addressed in different management and financing models that are required in urban natural parks that are configured around wetlands and natural remnants. Public-private cooperation is required, but also the active participation of civil society, as well as innovative financing mechanisms to ensure the sustainability of the parks over time. All this in a country with profound geographic differences, where on the one hand, the parks must deal with a permanent drought. While on the other extreme, floods will be recurrent. Chile is preparing to have cities and metropolitan areas sensitive to water, climate and biodiversity.

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Las Riberas - A Sustainable Sites Within A Community

Wellness, nature, sustainability and community were the inspiration to create spaces that combine harmony to offer a better quality of life. Concerned about the environment, nature and our future, Las Riberas developed an urban space focused on sustainability, service, coexistence and technology, resulting in a unique community, vibrant and surrounded by life, ideal for living in peace, family and responsibly. Las Riberas is a residential community located in Hermosillo Sonora, this space was created to offer an environment that satisfies all recreational, sports and social needs. Nature and sustainability are considered and prioritized for the development of this urban space. This residential sought to pursue SITES™ (Sustainable Sites Initiative) certification, which is a certification based on the understanding that land is a crucial component of the built environment and can be planned, designed, built and maintained to avoid, mitigate and even reverse negative effects. Sustainable landscapes create ecologically resilient communities, improving their ability to withstand and recover from floods, droughts, wildfires and other disasters. This certification benefits the environment, landowners, communities, and local and regional economies. Las Riberas decided to certify under SITES all open areas within the first construction phase of the development. The main characteristic of Las Riberas is the importance of preserving the endemic nature of the area, creating spaces where people can hang out, exercise, and connect socially in the open air.

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Cómo lograr la permanencia de los espacios públicos recreativos

Hace más de 10 años que me dedico al desarrollo de negocios con un enfoque de innovación y con la finalidad de ofrecer propuestas de valor únicas para los diferentes segmentos de mercado. En este ecosistema de innovación, tuve la maravillosa fortuna de coincidir con Parques de México, la única consultora de México y Latinoamérica que ofrece servicios de consultoría especializada para los Grandes Parques y Bosques Urbanos, con el objetivo de crear modelos de gestión que permitan la sostenibilidad y permanencia de estos espacios recreativos. Actualmente soy Consultora en Parques de México, disfruto mucho el trabajo colaborativo y trabajar todos los días con la visión de tener un impacto positivo para las generaciones de hoy y las de mañana. Tengo una Licenciatura en Mercadotecnia y Negocios Internacionales, un Maestría en Ciencias del Emprendimiento y una Maestría en Dirección Global de Negocios; y al día de hoy, puedo decir con firmeza que los parques y la innovación es lo que más me apasiona. Desarrollar soluciones innovadores para lograr la permanencia y sostenibilidad de los espacios públicos recreativos es mi meta. Para mí la innovación es el “arte de transformar nuestra creatividad, conocimiento y habilidades en soluciones de valor que resuelvan un problema actual o potencial, logrando un impacto positivo a nivel social, ambiental y económico”. De igual manera, mi definición de un parque urbano es ese “rinconcito de felicidad que no sólo son los pulmones de una ciudad, sino el corazón de una comunidad”. La innovación en los parques es la combinación perfecta para fomentar la solución de problemas a través de la creatividad e intentando todos los días lograr un mejor mundo a través de los grandes parques y bosques urbanos. Cada uno de nosotros es capaz de lograr grandes metas; pero todos nosotros, juntos, somos capaces de transformar nuestro mundo.

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Amplifying the value of large urban parks and nature connection in Canada

Large urban parks hold space for nature in our cities. They help people to build meaningful connections to nature and to each other, and they give cities a big head start when it comes to mitigating impacts of climate change. Research suggests that spending time in large urban parks, including participating in stewardship programs or other nature-based activities, contributes to nature connectedness. A strong connection to nature has positive impacts on mental health, well-being, and pro-environmental behaviour – creating a positive feedback loop for further involvement in broader and park-focused environmental stewardship. Through the Cornerstone Parks program, Park People connects and supports park-based NGOs who share a vision of ensuring that nature is within reach for every urban Canadian. Over the next three years, we intend to grow the network through new partnerships across Canada to further support knowledge exchange and shared best practices, in order to increase access to the benefits of urban parks, nature connection and stewardship programs in equity-deserving communities. Supported by research on nature connection from the 2022 Canadian City Parks report, this session will illustrate the Cornerstone Parks program as an innovative model for improving our appreciation of these spaces and leveraging further investment in them.

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Microparks project in Fortaleza-CE, Brazil: Urbanism and Environment towards sustainable urban development

The session aims to present the Micro Parks Project, which uses concepts of nature based solutions to develop urbanized green areas in the city of Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil. It provides safe spaces for children to play, learn, interact with caregivers and with each other, and develop their knowledge of the world surrounding them. The presence of that type of space in low-income neighborhoods, with families who often don't count on reliable spaces to be with their children, can help caregivers fulfill their children's needs. In that sense, the micro parks project helps underprivileged children to have a better cognitive growth while exercising their creativity exploring different textures and ways to use the space for play. It it als a tool to teach early childhood about climate change issues when comparing a natural space such as that with other surroundings that children who live in cities are used to seeing. It also provides better air quality for the young while improving the neighborhood capacity to deal with floods. Positive change in the population's perception of the area is one of the benefits, along with the use of the city's pruning wood, normally sent to the sanitary landfill.

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LA CULTURA Y LITERATURA EN EL ESPACIO PUBLICO

Generar un tejido urbano con la adecuación del espacio público, con la integración de la comunidad, en un territorio de riqueza cultural, ambiental y patrimonial, con enfoque de creatividad e innovación hacia la literatura. A su vez, es cuna de letras, historia, mitos y leyendas, donde las manifestaciones socioculturales puedan continuar una identidad propia. El proyecto se desarrolla en el territorio de los llanos orientales de Colombia, para fortalecer la cultura llanera, departamento de Casanare, municipio Orocué, un lugar que se caracteriza por ser: enigmático, salvaje, aventurero y literario. Se establece, como el epicentro para el suceso social y de la obra "La Vorágine" enmarcado a través de la historia, permitiendo a la comunidad apropiarse de este suceso cultural y tradición originaria para continuar con actividades sociales que los representa, en diferentes espacios colectivos abiertos de plazoletas y parques, con inclusión de sectores mencionados inicialmente, para el rescate patrimonial local como de actuaciones de la población para prolongar la memoria viva del territorio. Se fijan los espacios hacia la literatura: Parque La Vorágine, siendo el principal en conexión a los lugares, plazoletas: Mujer indígena, La paz, Pescadores. Parques: caballos llaneros, El sol, Las aves llanos, Las palmas, Los niños, Fauna silvestre. Así, crecer en oferta turismo natural, cultural, étnico y literaria, siendo lo representativo de esta comunidad con el óptimo desarrollo urbano.

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Co-Designing public spaces: experiences from Mérida, Yucatán

Participatory design began in the 70s, aiming to include stakeholders in design processes to ensure better projects. Since then, discourse and concepts of participatory design have changed to include notions of identity, ownership, co-design, social innovation, democracy and empowerment. Asambleas Ciudadanas has worked in participatory processes since 2011 with communities across Mexico. Our ethos is based on the idea that transforming the city is not only a technical task but rather a political one. Recently we developed a process to co-design public spaces in the city along with authorities of Merida municipality. The co-design process has three different phases: assessment, co-design and reviewing the final project, and within a year of construction, the spaces were completed. This participatory process has been implemented in 20 public spaces and became a flagship programme for its Major. Our proposal will explore how co-design can challenge institutional processes to make them more democratic, and at the same time how communities demonstrate through a variety of tools such as mapping and surveys their invaluable knowledge in the use of their spaces. The latest, whilst crucial to the project itself, also shows the micropolitical action of people in transforming public spaces. We will also share the main findings of the processes developed like how relevant is gender perspective to have inclusive and safer spaces for all.

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Parque Ecológico de La Molina - Un espacio para conectar

La implementación del Parque Ecológico de La Molina se dio con la finalidad de brindar un nuevo espacio verde a la ciudadanía, una fuente de oxigeno a La Molina, con el tiempo fue cobrando un nuevo propósito que fue ser un lugar de esparcimiento activo de los vecinos, por lo que se han puesto esfuerzos en mejorar los servicios que este brinda tanto a las personas como al ambiente, ahora forma parte del Sistema de Lomas de Lima Metropolitana lo que da a este espacio una importancia a nivel territorial.

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Building local networks through participatory processes: the case of Ciudad Juárez

Within the public discourse around participatory design and its relation to people’s re-appropriation of public space, the work carried out by Fundación Hogares demonstrates that participatory processes in the frame of community-led projects foster capacity building, social capital, and neighbourhood cohesion. This project was recently developed in a partnership between Fundación Hogares and Infonavit, in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, and was implemented within the context of three (social housing) neighbourhoods located in the outskirts of the city. Aiming to reduce the widespread home abandonment across Mexico, through the implementation of socio-spatial regeneration projects, our session presents the case of “Polígono 5”. It shines a light on the relevance of working together with local stakeholders and involving them in different phases of the project so that they can follow up the actions carried out by the community and assure its long-term maintenance. Results indicate a strong relationship between community-led projects and increased levels of sense of belonging and participatory behaviour, as well as built trust in local authorities. On the other hand, the evaluation shows reduced perception of abandonment and insecurity indicators. Ultimately, these results prove participatory processes strengthen social cohesion and urban vitality within social housing territories.

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Implementing city-wide participatory strategies to reclaim public spaces in the context of Covid-19

Cities across Mexico face major challenges regarding urban development, such as socio-spatial inequality, resource management, as well as economic development. This scenario represents an opportunity for urban projects to reduce inequalities by approaching them from an inclusive and participatory perspective. This session focuses on the “Parque de la Equidad” project, which is a 16 km long —89 has— linear public space. The objective of the project was to implement a participatory strategy that would inform the design of a new public space that would work as a catalyst for social cohesion for rather socio-economically diverse districts of the city of Cancun. The project was developed in partnership with UN-Habitat, Fundación Hogares y Asambleas Ciudadanas. The project scale and the Covid-19 pandemic were two challenges to cope with, as it was developed from May to December 2020, before vaccines were available to the population. We needed to ensure both large participation numbers and applying health measures to avoid Covid spread. For this reason, planning and institutional support were key to assure the successful implementation of the participatory process. In this context, a flexible and dynamic strategy was required, so that it could be adapted to circumstances that were specific to each district in order to build the programme for the “Parque de la Equidad” master plan.

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Creación, Rehabilitación y Mantenimiento de Áreas Urbanas: parámetro de calidad de vida

El grado de impacto de la creación, Rehabilitación y Mantenimiento de las áreas verdes urbanas en la calidad de vida de los ciudadanos es tan importante ya que el mejoramiento o degradación de estos espacios influye en la salud y bienestar físico y emocional de la población de las ciudades, situación bien conocida y documentada desde hace algunos años pero ademas de los beneficios y servicios ambientales de estas areas tambien hacen una gran diferencia en la disminución de la inseguridad, aumento del desarrollo urbano y económico del entorno dando como resultados un aumento en la calidad de vida.

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Public Involvement in Maintaining Parks of Delhi: Forging Partnerships with Local Communities

The government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) has more than 18000 parks spread over 8000 hectares in various locations throughout Delhi, which are managed by various agencies like MCD, DDA, PWD, etc. Addressing this multiplicity of agencies, the Delhi Parks and Gardens Society (DPGS) was formed to coordinate the management of parks and gardens. One of the major schemes of DPGS involves providing financial assistance to Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) or Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) for ensuring maintenance and upkeep of neighborhood parks and gardens. The DPGS scheme leads to increased public participation in management of green spaces whilst providing them with funds for spending as per local knowledge of needs. The funds can be utilized for increasing greenery, engaging gardeners, and spending on tools and equipment. The expenditure in the scheme has seen a steady growth from 19 million in 2016-17 to 85 million in 2021-22 and is a major chunk of expenditure within the DPGS with plans to target maximum unmaintained parks in the current year. To aid this process of identifying unmaintained parks a census of all parks is underway revealing that as much as 55% of total parks are unmaintained. In addition to this, urban green spaces are unequally distributed between different settlement typologies creating a new set of challenges for improving access to green spaces for all.

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participatory development of an urban park: the social transformation of a neighborhood from public spaces

The paper presents the case of implementing the transformation of a popular housing neighborhood from the 1980s into a park neighborhood in the city of Passo Fundo, Brazil. The demand came to the government from the community. The neighborhood had green areas, but without structure, in addition to having a vast area owned by the State, which was at risk of irregular occupation due to abandonment. In this case, we will present the entire process, from the concession of the area to the municipality, development of the participatory project and execution together with the community. In this project, we sought to incorporate new equipment into the park, such as a school and a health unit, in addition to creating a strategy for each part of the neighborhood to be served by the park within a radius of 300m.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive - Not buzz words but the outcome for open space

COVID-19 has made us appreciate the role of public open spaces in supporting our health and wellbeing, sense of community, and civic lives more than ever. Areas with poor access to public open space and waterways suffered during COVID-19 lockdowns, and the inequitable impacts on Western Sydney were widely observed. Despite widespread recognition of the value of public open space to the people of NSW, public open space is all too often treated as a “nice to have”. But not everyone has access to public open space, and the quality of the public open space we do have varies across the state. Future public open space must be better planned and coordinated by the many Government agencies and local councils involved in land management, to meet the needs of communities as the NSW population grows by almost 3 million people over next 50 years. In this session you will learn about what the NSW Government Open Space program is doing to ensure that High-quality, Innovative, Resilient, Inclusive are not buzz words, they are the intention, the scope and the outcome being achieved.

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Urban Park and Greening of Africa

The management of urban parks and greening in Africa. The use of park post COVID-19 and how communities appreciate parks and greening more than ever.

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Caracterización del Espacio Público, Parques y Jardines vecinales en San Luis Potosí.

El trabajo aborda el espacio público en la ciudad de San Luis Potosí (plazas y jardines vecinales) y los elementos que los integran, que permitan identificar sus características generales y la problemática por la que atraviesan en la actualidad, aportando al conocimiento de estos de forma sistematizada y pertinente para la toma de decisiones en el campo de la administración pública con respecto de las intervenciones necesarias para brindar un mejor servicio y atención a la población local en función de su localización, estado físico, configuración espaciales, etc., además, servirá de apoyo a estudiantes e investigadores en el área del diseño urbano para una mejor comprensión y entendimiento sobre su producción, desarrollo y métodos de aproximación para su estudio.

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Prácticas de Buen Vecino

“Prácticas de Buen Vecino” fue creado con el objetivo de capacitar a vecinos líderes de calle o colonia para mejorar sus relaciones e interacción en el ámbito urbano, a fin de reconstruir el tejido social y generar en ellos capacidades cívicas. Este programa fomenta el desarrollo de capacidades en los vecinos, para favorecer el diálogo, la resolución de conflictos de manera pacífica, e impulsar su participación en la comunidad para que ellos se conviertan en el factor detonante en el desarrollo de su colonia. Al promover las “Prácticas de Buen Vecino” los ciudadanos realizan iniciativas y desarrollan proyectos que atienden problemas comunes, identificados en el transcurso del diplomado y que bajo la acción compartida pueden ser solucionados.

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1. Implementación y materialización del Sistema de Espacios Abiertos de General Güemes - Salta

La ciudad de General Güemes cuenta desde el año 2008 con un Plan de Desarrollo Urbano Ambiental denominado (PIDUA), Ordenanza N.º 369/12. Desde que se promulgó la ordenanza, pasaron los años y sus políticas se implementaron escasamente, a partir de diciembre de 2019 la actual gestión decide conformar la Secretaría de Planificación Urbano Ambiental, órgano de aplicación proyectado en el Plan. Las propuestas, sistematizadas en una estructura de Estrategias, Programas y Proyectos, y resultado de una intensa participación ciudadana, se sustentan en las oportunidades que su situación geográfica ofrece, nodo vial y ferroviario de la Región NOA, su pertenencia al Corredor Bioceánico Norte, su promisorio perfil industrial, y un patrimonio turístico aún no usufructuado. La Secretaría de Planificación comienza a hacer realidad el Sistema de Espacios Abiertos incluido en el P.I.D.U.A. Concretando en solo un año de gestión y pandemia mediante, importantes gestiones y obras en curso, las que deseamos compartir en el congreso. Es oportuno mencionar que esta experiencia ha sido premiada en diciembre del año próximo pasado en el Concurso: Experiencias Innovadoras de Planificación, Desarrollo Territorial y Políticas de Suelo para la Reconstrucción Argentina, organizado por el Ministerio de Desarrollo Territorial y Hábitat de la Nación.

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1. Implementación y materialización del Sistema de Espacios Abiertos de General Güemes - Salta

La ciudad de General Güemes cuenta desde el año 2008 con un Plan de Desarrollo Urbano Ambiental denominado (PIDUA), Ordenanza N.º 369/12. Desde que se promulgó la ordenanza, pasaron los años y sus políticas se implementaron escasamente, a partir de diciembre de 2019 la actual gestión decide conformar la Secretaría de Planificación Urbano Ambiental, órgano de aplicación proyectado en el Plan. Las propuestas, sistematizadas en una estructura de Estrategias, Programas y Proyectos, y resultado de una intensa participación ciudadana, se sustentan en las oportunidades que su situación geográfica ofrece, nodo vial y ferroviario de la Región NOA, su pertenencia al Corredor Bioceánico Norte, su promisorio perfil industrial, y un patrimonio turístico aún no usufructuado. La Secretaría de Planificación comienza a hacer realidad el Sistema de Espacios Abiertos incluido en el P.I.D.U.A. Concretando en solo un año de gestión y pandemia mediante, importantes gestiones y obras en curso, las que deseamos compartir en el congreso. Es oportuno mencionar que esta experiencia ha sido premiada en diciembre del año próximo pasado en el Concurso: Experiencias Innovadoras de Planificación, Desarrollo Territorial y Políticas de Suelo para la Reconstrucción Argentina, organizado por el Ministerio de Desarrollo Territorial y Hábitat de la Nación.

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Prescripción de naturaleza y Baños de bosque para promover y lograr resultados en salud.

La prescripción de actividades en la naturaleza tiene beneficios fisiológicos, psicológicos y en el comportamiento de los seres humanos. Los baños de bosque es una práctica que surgió en Japón y que se está difundiendo ampliamente en el mundo. Como práctica de bienestar basada en la naturaleza, está estructurada en una secuenciación de actividades orientadas a que las personas tengan una experiencia sensorial y emocional, despertar sensaciones, momentos y pensamientos placenteros que contribuyan a mejorar la capacidad natural para adaptarse al cambio de una manera más positiva y saludable (FTHub, 2022). Al realizarse en entornos naturales con características y mecanismos que contribuyen a la salud de las personas se potencia la salud en forma integral. Como práctica en la promoción de la salud ayuda a promover estilos de vida saludables, en el manejo de estrés y Burnout, prevenir enfermedades físicas y mentales, mejorar la calidad de vida de personas sanas o con alguna enfermedad física y mental. Estas prácticas de actividades en la naturaleza y baños de bosque tienen gran potencial en la promoción de la salud de la población o como intervenciones en personas y grupos con necesidades específicas. Se presentan algunos hallazgos de esta experiencia en México.

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Naturaleza y Baños de bosque para promover la salud desde los parques.

La prescripción de actividades en la naturaleza tiene beneficios fisiológicos, psicológicos y en el comportamiento de los seres humanos. Los baños de bosque es una práctica que surgió en Japón y que se está difundiendo ampliamente en el mundo. Como práctica de bienestar basada en la naturaleza, está estructurada en una secuenciación de actividades orientadas a que las personas tengan una experiencia sensorial y emocional, despertar sensaciones, momentos y pensamientos placenteros que contribuyan a mejorar la capacidad natural para adaptarse al cambio de una manera más positiva y saludable (FTHub, 2022). Al realizarse en entornos naturales con características y mecanismos que contribuyen a la salud de las personas se potencia la salud en forma integral. Como práctica en la promoción de la salud ayuda a promover estilos de vida saludables, en el manejo de estrés y Burnout, prevenir enfermedades físicas y mentales, mejorar la calidad de vida de personas sanas o con alguna enfermedad física y mental. Estas prácticas de actividades en la naturaleza y baños de bosque tienen gran potencial en la promoción de la salud de la población o como intervenciones en personas y grupos con necesidades específicas. Se presentan algunos hallazgos de esta experiencia en México.

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Establishing Green Adelaide and becoming a National Park City

Green Adelaide was established in 2020 as one of the biggest changes in the South Australian Government's reform of natural resources management across the state. With a direction to focus on the management of the urban landscape, hear about Green Adelaide's achievements over the past two years in response to challenges such as a changing climate, population growth and development, and the threats of habitat loss and invasive species. This has seen a focus on urban greening, rewilding, and community engagement to increase connection to nature, in partnership with local councils, non-government organisations and others. Green Adelaide has also joined an ambitious international movement to improve the health and liveability of cities which has seen Adelaide become the second National Park City in the world after London. This brings additional opportunities to focus on relationships between people and nature, acknowledge and address the challenges we face, and assist other cities in their similar journeys. Green Adelaide will share the challenges and opportunities arising from this historic achievement.

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Parques y Bienestar Integral, potenciadores de la FELICIDAD en la vida de las personas

Siempre que hablamos de parques lo relacionamos de manera directa con el Bienestar, lo revelador es poder ampliar esta mirada sobre el Bienestar Integral como potenciador de la FELICIDAD en la vida de las personas y como los Parques al ser por definición lugares con propósito son auténticos facilitadores para lograr mayores niveles de Felicidad. El objetivo fundamental esta basado en poder brindar herramientas practicas y aplicables que contribuyen justamente a incrementar la Felicidad en nuestras vidas. Entendiendo a la FELICIDAD como el camino no la meta, un proceso perfectamente imperfecto, un acto libre y responsable cargado de valores y sentido de propósito, que nos permite disfrutar la experiencia de un acto de generosidad inmenso hacia quienes nos rodean

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greening permit / permis de végétaliser

The greening permit allows any citizen to green their neighbourhood. Who can apply? Any citizen of legal age can apply for a permit to garden in the street. Please note that depending on the nature of the project, it may be necessary to form a collective: an association, a neighborhood council or a group of at least 5 residents, a school or after-school program, a business, a company... For a collective of residents, it is requested to transmit the list of names and their contact information. Where can I put it? On the sidewalk or on a square, the greening permit only concerns public space. What to do? To flower the foot of trees, individually or collectively. Collective gardening in the open ground after removal of the asphalt (removal of the sidewalk at the project location). At the foot of the facade or at the edge of the road (this type of project is more restrictive and is subject to special conditions). Install collective planters on the ground when an open-ground project is not possible Launched in 2015, Paris now has 2656 greening permits.

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BiodivScore

In Paris, 95% of projects are not subject to environmental assessment, so that the consideration of biodiversity in projects is not assessed, nor is the impact that these projects have on living organisms. In accordance with Action 2 of its Biodiversity Plan, the City of Paris aims to correct this pitfall by integrating biodiversity into all stages of construction, development and rehabilitation projects. A tool for evaluating practices Inspired by the avoid-reduce-compensate sequence, the BiodivScore is a tool to assess the biodiversity performance of projects and to help them move towards the least impact in terms of biodiversity. This tool therefore encourages the avoidance of impacts on biodiversity, or, failing that, their reduction and, as a last resort, the compensation of residual impacts. Four assessment axes are developed to cover the entire timeframe of the project: o Evaluation of the ecological potential to be calculated before and after in order to compare the trend between the initial and projected situations; o Evaluation of the programming and construction choices to assess the consideration given to biodiversity by the project owner and the contractor; o Assessment of the avoidance and reduction of the impacts of the works during the construction phase; o Assessment of the planned management.

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"Sparrow Neighborhood"

On a national scale, common biodiversity is threatened, while species that have been the object of special protection are less affected. The evidence is clear: targeted protection policies can work. To face the disappearance of the Parisian sparrows (-73% since years 2000), the City of Paris inaugurates a tailor-made system: "Quartiers Moineaux": "Sparrow Neighborhood". Developed in partnership with the Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux (LPO), the "Sparrow Neighborhood" participative scheme aims to mobilize residents, shopkeepers and public establishments in a given neighborhood to strengthen local sparrow colonies. In practice, this takes the form of : Provision of sparrow nesting boxes with installation advice and distribution of seeds whose sowing will bring vegetation that is a source of food, Adapted maintenance of the green spaces of the sector concerned, such as the planting of shrubs and flowering plants / seeds useful to sparrows. 3 types of classical actions to please sparrows: Allow some bushes to grow taller, Planting plants with seeds for food, Leave areas as 'natural grassland'. Long-term animation of a community of ambassadors who will be able to participate in a participatory science protocol developed by the LPO to provide information on the actual occupation of the nesting boxes and the City will offer information throughout the year on the subject to better understand and better protect.

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Rehabilitacion del Parque Miguel Hidalgo, Cuerpo Oriente

Los parques urbanos son considerados espacios multifuncionales que cumplen con distintos objetivos dentro de las ciudades: recreativos, estéticos, ambientales y hasta educativos, pero que mantienen como elemento central a sus usuarios. Es el parque el pulmón de la ciudad, gracias a sus áreas verdes, pero es también, y sobre todo, el lugar donde confluimos todos, donde se generan importantes dinámicas de convivencia social y de recreación compartida. El Parque Miguel Hidalgo, en León, Guanajuato, México, se había visto cada vez más abandonado, dadas sus características estructurales poco atractivas, de manera que nuestro trabajo de recuperación consistió en restaurar su vocación primaria al servicio de las personas. La obra incluyó áreas de recreación activa y pasiva, espacios donde se pueda pasar tiempo, ya sea sentado o caminando, una estrategia de intervención en el área de paisajismo, y un espacio para espectáculos al aire libre. El objetivo es reconvertirlo en un punto de reunión. Palabras clave: rescate de un espacio social; planeación urbana; parques; lugares públicos; convivencia social; arquitectura del paisaje.

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The first Land Management Strategy for planning and managing Victoria’s park estate.

The Land Management Strategy sets the long-term directions and priorities for the protection, management and use of the terrestrial, coastal and marine parks and reserves managed by Parks Victoria, over 4 million hectares covering 18% of the state of Victoria. It underpins planning and management for parks from highly protected natural areas to urban parks, for partners, stakeholders and community.  This session will explore how the Land Management Strategy applies consistent, integrated principles, outcomes and reporting indicators at the state-wide park estate and individual park scales. We will use examples of visitor experience planning for urban parks that respond to the complex social, cultural and environmental challenges and pressures our parks face. As metropolitan Melbourne and regional centres grow, more people are seeking the open space and recreational opportunities that urban parks provide. The Land Management Strategy principles include that all parks will be managed according to their specified purpose and function, to protect environmental, cultural and social values. The visitor experience will be guided by protection of natural and cultural values. The community will be encouraged to engage with, and develop, social and cultural connections and understand, be active in, and appreciate parks. The session will provide details of how the recreation activities, events, tourism, education and interpretation and volunteering programs utilise the Land Management Strategy for direction and implementation reporting.

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Urban Parks in 2050

21st century cities face an array of significant new challenges – population grown, rapid urbanization, increasing inequity, growing violence, climate change, sea level rise, and the extinction crisis. Urban parks are both significantly impacted by these new challenges and offer potential solutions for addressing them. In this session, speakers from five continents around the world will identify key emerging trends in urban parks, and together postulate what urban parks will look like and what new roles they will play in the life of cities in 2050. Speakers will focus on the social, environmental, and economic triple bottom line of parks.

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Building communities where all life can thrive

Introducing a new urban model for living together with nature

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Building communities where all life can thrive

Introducing a new urban model for living together with nature

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Building communities where all life can thrive

Introducing a new urban model for living together with nature

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Building communities where all life can thrive

Introducing a new urban model for living together with nature

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Building communities where all life can thrive

Introducing a new urban model for living together with nature

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Building communities where all life can thrive

Introducing a new urban model for living together with nature

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Building communities where all life can thrive

Introducing a new urban model for living together with nature

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Building communities where all life can thrive

Introducing a new urban model for living together with nature

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Hacia la construcción esencial del territorio sustentable en Colima, México

Las áreas urbanas contemporáneas del occidente de México y América Latina se expanden dispersamente, impactando negativamente en la ocupación de suelo con vocación agropecuario. Esa difusión territorial favorece el debilitamiento de las relaciones sociales, pérdida de confianza vecinal e inseguridad patrimonial. La construcción y mantenimiento territorial de urbanizaciones, servicios urbanos y edificaciones de manera atomizada, lacera el paisaje urbano, precipita el costo de operarlos, dejando un déficit financiero para potenciar actividades de prioridad social, económico y ambiental. Lo ocurrido es producto del antivalor del crecimiento económico consumista individualizado, hedonista y fugaz sin inspiración en el desarrollo endógeno solidario y participativo, ni proclive a la felicidad genuina. Esto tiene repercusión degradante en muchos ámbitos, incluyendo el urbano, arquitectónico y componentes de construcción. Es urgente promover en la academia la particiación genuina y la integración social, la economía endógena, la protección de los ecosistemas regionales, integrados a procesos resilientes, innovadores y de alta calidad. El caso del territorio colimense mexicano, como muchos en América Latina, contribuyen con gases de efecto invernadero. Esto tiene su origen principal en la pérdida de valores de fraternidad y subsidiariedad, la generación eléctrica mediante el combustóleo, el uso cotidiano de productos de rápido desecho, las emisiones de motores de combustión de vehículos de uso individualizado, el modelo dominante de expansión urbana con exigua vegetación y el exceso de excretas de ganado rumiante. En esta disertación se hacen propuestas de solución resolutiva a los problemas mencionados.

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A prescription worth filling…naturally!

Social prescribing is becoming increasingly of interest in supporting nature based health and wellbeing outcomes for our communities. With people discovering how important nature has been during the pandemic it is a perfect time for these conversations. Parks Victoria supports social prescribing and is successfully implementing it across the park network, and no more successfully than in the regional city of Ballarat in Victoria, Austraila. Come on a community’s journey to see the great health and wellbeing outcomes that can be achieved through co-design, engaging across the community health sector, social prescribing, some passionate staff and great plans! When the Friends of Canadian Corridor successfully campaigned and petitioned government to protect land, destined for housing development, as a park, they knew it was for something special. What is now Woowookarung Regional Park, the Wadawurrung First Nation Peoples’ name for ‘place of plenty’, is an important expression of community participation, organisation and strength. One of the first projects at Woowookarung to develop a trail became a compassionate journey to not just build a trail, but to nurture life changing connections while being in nature. It has become the site of Australia’s first Dementia friendly forest and sensory trail and Parks Victoria’s first park to support ‘Green Scripts’.

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Creating Inclusive Parks through Disability Action Planning

To ensure we are continuing to improve how we make parks more inclusive and welcoming for all, Parks Victoria develops a Disability Action Plan every four years. Developing the plan requires a commitment to extensive consultation. Engaging with visitors, stakeholders and workforce provides an opportunity to learn about and strategically address key issues for people with disability, carers and our workforce as well as consider improvements. New knowledge gained from community is partnered with the work already achieved to inform the strategies and actions we commit to in the publicly available plan. Our most recent Disability Action Plan 2022-2026 identified nine priority areas: • Connection & Inclusion • Changing attitudes • Universal Design • Accessible Information and Communication • Community Programs and partnerships • Accessible tourism. Recreation, education and interpretation services • Leadership and Culture • Employment • Safety

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The Bafoussam leisure park , West Cameroon , Central Africa.

The Bafoussam leisure park , west Cameroon Central Africa is an ambitious green space project In the framework of the C2D Urban-Regional Capitals Infrastructure program sector to Contribute to the development of infrastructure for urban and rural mobility rural mobility in Cameroon. for relaxation and leisure, the development of 17,182 m² oof public spaces in green areas leisure park, botanical garden were planned to made Bafoussam a green city within the country ; In addition to the enhancement of the city's strategic position, as it is located in the city centre, opposite the the city's urban community city, the construction of the leisure park will also be a source of additional source of revenue for the city's council.

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Presentación del libro "El Parque Urbano: entre Naturaleza y Democracia"

El parque urbano cobija una inmensa variedad de significados que provienen, por un lado, de la longeva y cambiante idea de naturaleza, albergada en las nociones de paraíso, campo en la ciudad y paisaje identitario; y, por el otro, de la más moderna idea de democracia, albergada en la noción de proveer salud, belleza, cultura y espacio recreativo, a un entorno urbano en plena transformación de ciudad barroca a ciudad decimonónica industrializada, símbolo de progreso y civilización. Entre opiniones de escritores, profesionales del diseño, administradores de parques y usuarios, se concretan 32 lugares comunes de significado actual, que promueven o inhiben el uso y el éxito de los parques. El parque urbano es un detonador de bondades inimaginables y un espacio de la ciudad que permite crear comunidad, pero cuya fragilidad implica un gran cuidado por parte de los actores involucrados en su ubicación, diseño, construcción, mantenimiento, administración y uso. Más allá de ser un objeto físico-espacial, el parque urbano es un sujeto en el acontecer de la vida de individuos, familias y localidades, que permite la inclusión social, la resiliencia ambiental y la posibilidad de crear experiencias que construyen una historia cultural reveladora y una memoria colectiva perdurable.

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NOMBRE DE LA SESIÓN EDUCATIVA: Construcción del Parque Ecológico Cuitláhuac antes relleno sanitario, ubicado en la Alcaldía más poblada de la Ciudad de México: Iztapalapa. La transformación del espacio urbano detonando la mejora socioambiental, a través de la utilización de estrategias regenerativas circulares alineadas con la agenda 2030 de la ONU.

El Parque Ecológico Cuitláhuac forma parte del programa integral “Sembrando Parques. Recuperación de parques y espacios públicos de la Ciudad de México” iniciativa del gobierno de la Ciudad de México, el cual dirige la Secretaría de Obras, que tiene como objetivo impulsar el desarrollo social, económico y ambiental de la demarcación territorial más poblada de México, la Alcaldía Iztapalapa, que cuenta con los mayores índices de marginación, desigualdad e inseguridad. El Parque Cuitlahuac ha sido transformado a lo largo del tiempo pasando de ser uno de los tiraderos de basura más grande de la Ciudad de México a un parque ecológico, recreativo, inclusivo, regenerativo, resiliente e innovador. Entre sus premisas y ejes estratégicos aboga por la forestación y restauración paisajística; el manejo integral de los residuos convirtiéndolos en un recurso en potencia; la generación de hábitat, biodiversidad y ecosistemas; el uso y aprovechamiento adecuado de los recursos naturales; la movilidad sostenible; el adecuado manejo del agua como recurso hídrico; entre otros. Dicho parque tiene notable importancia y repercusión no sólo por sus dimensiones, al ser el segundo parque más grande de la Ciudad, sino también por el valor que aporta a la población de la zona Oriente y del resto de la CDMX con un impacto positivo en lo social, ambiental, cultural, educativo, económico, urbano y tecnológico, a partir de una visión ecocéntrica y sistémica como parte del nuevo paradigma ecológico y sustentable.

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NOMBRE DE LA SESIÓN EDUCATIVA: Construcción del Parque Ecológico Cuitláhuac antes relleno sanitario, ubicado en la Alcaldía más poblada de la Ciudad de México: Iztapalapa. La transformación del espacio urbano detonando la mejora socioambiental, a través de la utilización de estrategias regenerativas circulares alineadas con la agenda 2030 de la ONU.

7. DESCRIPCIÓN: El Parque Ecológico Cuitláhuac forma parte del programa integral “Sembrando Parques. Recuperación de parques y espacios públicos de la Ciudad de México” iniciativa del gobierno de la Ciudad de México, el cual dirige la Secretaría de Obras, que tiene como objetivo impulsar el desarrollo social, económico y ambiental de la demarcación territorial más poblada de México, la Alcaldía Iztapalapa, que cuenta con los mayores índices de marginación, desigualdad e inseguridad. El Parque Cuitlahuac ha sido transformado a lo largo del tiempo pasando de ser uno de los tiraderos de basura más grande de la Ciudad de México a un parque ecológico, recreativo, inclusivo, regenerativo, resiliente e innovador. Entre sus premisas y ejes estratégicos aboga por la forestación y restauración paisajística; el manejo integral de los residuos convirtiéndolos en un recurso en potencia; la generación de hábitat, biodiversidad y ecosistemas; el uso y aprovechamiento adecuado de los recursos naturales; la movilidad sostenible; el adecuado manejo del agua como recurso hídrico; entre otros. Dicho parque tiene notable importancia y repercusión no sólo por sus dimensiones, al ser el segundo parque más grande de la Ciudad, sino también por el valor que aporta a la población de la zona Oriente y del resto de la CDMX con un impacto positivo en lo social, ambiental, cultural, educativo, económico, urbano y tecnológico, a partir de una visión ecocéntrica y sistémica como parte del nuevo paradigma ecológico y sustentable.

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Rescate del parque recreativo La Sauceda

El Parque de La Sauceda se creó en 1994 con 230 millones de pesos, sin embargo en 2008 empezó el deterioro hasta que en 2012 se cerró definitivamente. Está ubicado en un lugar de mucha historia, en el lecho del Río Sonora que ha sido canalizado, pero en donde existe un Humedal que se pretende sea un área protegida. Ante la carencia de parques en Hermosillo, una ciudad de más de 1000000 de habitantes, con unas tempertauras de las más altas a nivel mundial, la ciudadanía reclama el rescate de éste parque abandonado.

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Política Nacional de Parques Urbanos, más y mejores parques para Chile

En Chile, nuestras ciudades se enfrentan a una serie de desafíos como consecuencia del aumento de la población urbana y de la segregación socio-espacial que dicho aumento ha llevado asociado. Problemas como la contaminación ambiental, los efectos del cambio climático y la vulnerabilidad ante el riesgo de desastres, constituyen una amenaza para la salud y calidad de vida de sus habitantes. El crecimiento urbano y la densificación generan una creciente demanda por más y mejores parques urbanos, al tiempo que los suelos disponibles para materializarlos, son cada vez más escasos. Al desafío de la disponibilidad de suelo, se suma el de la equidad en la distribución de los parques y áreas verdes existentes. Dotar a Chile de una Política Nacional de Parques Urbanos (PNPU) representa una oportunidad única para proteger y fortalecer el rol vital que cumplen los parques urbanos en la sustentabilidad y la resiliencia de nuestras ciudades, en el bienestar y la calidad de vida de sus habitantes, y en el desarrollo futuro del país. La PNPU es el resultado de un arduo trabajo multisectorial liderado por el Ministerio de Vivienda y Urbanismo (MINVU) con distintos organismos públicos, del sector privado, la academia y la sociedad civil. Además, se desarrolló con un amplio despliegue territorial en las 16 regiones administrativas del país y con procesos de participación ciudadana.

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Community Garden with a Gallery Small Programming for Architectural and Landscape Legacies

This session will present a community rehabilitation project in an old station yard with a generous open space in Uwajima city in Ehime, Japan, in which an independent private initiative by Yukashitatsuchikaze has intervened its demolition and re-development plan and negotiated with stakeholders to preserve its green space and architectural heritage together with local communities. The presenters from the project team will share how the initiative provides creative programs for the landscape and architectural legacies to be a “community garden with a gallery” and keeps the operation in a small and sustainable scale, advocating possibilities of a new non-traditional approach and sharing challenges facing its ongoing efforts.

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Partnering to protect 'at risk' species in the peri urban environment

This initiative describes a guiding and participative role that Parks Victoria plays in securing the sustainable future for a wide range of species of flora and fauna in a specialised floodplain and riparian forest environment in the Yellingbo Nature Conservation Area some 50 kilometres east of Melbourne, Australia. This ‘urban/peri-urban’ conservation area of 660 hectares is surrounded by residential and rural properties and links into a broader, but fragmented, landscape of natural areas. Parks Victoria’s role has been pivotal in a highly acclaimed programme that has brought one of Australia’s most critically endangered birds, the helmeted honeyeater, back from the brink of extinction only a decade ago. The initiative demonstrates the importance of having a shared vision/objective, working in collaboration with partners across various land tenures, and the strength and effectiveness of a sophisticated, comprehensive, integrated and coordinated approach. This approach integrates functions such as: • partnerships with key volunteer groups, research institutions, local government, water authorities, Zoos Victoria and government departments to achieve environmental outcomes on public and private land; • coordinated weed management and pest animal control; • habitat restoration, where Parks Victoria has a major partnership role with other government agencies and civil society environmental groups such as the Friends of the helmeted honeyeater; and • floodplain hydrology restoration, where Parks Victoria plays a facilitative and supportive role to the actions and activities of the major project deliverers. The critical roles of advocacy, landowner and community engagement, school and citizen science programs, and building social capital are led by the highly regarded and very active environmental group, the Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater.

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El pasado, presente y futuro de las plazas y parques de Monterrey

Cuando el bienestar de la sociedad, la economía y el medio ambiente se unen, dan a luz a la sustentabilidad. En una ciudad, ésta es la base del futuro. Conoce como los parques en la ciudad de Monterrey han logrado ser más sustentables a lo largo de casi 20 años, y así logran servir mejor a la comunidad, al presupuesto y al medio ambiente

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Past, present and future of parks in Monterrey

When the welfare of society, the economy and the environment come together, they give birth to sustainability. In a city, this is the foundation of the future. Learn how the parks in the city of Monterrey have managed to be more sustainable over almost 20 years, and thus manage to better serve the community, the budget and the environment

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Restauración Bioambiental y paisajística para la recreación y protección ambiental de los humedales de Soacha

Los humedales de Soacha son el ecosistema municipal que evitan las inundaciones y mantienen el equilibrio hídrico de la región. Pero las condiciones socioeconómicas del municipio generadas por el desplazamiento armado o económico, ha provocado unos conglomerados sociales que por el desorden urbanísticos del territorio y la falta de oportunidades se han tomado tierras aledañas a estos ecosistemas, desencadenando su deterioro ambiental y reduciendo las capacidades de recreación que podrían aportar. El presente proyecto busca la restauración bioambiental , mediante el diseño de una infraestructura ambiental - paisajística restaurativa, que genere como valor agregado corredores eco recreativos, que permitan la apropiación de estas reservas mediante la recreación y la actividad física, implementando acciones pedagógicas.

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Electro Eco tarpunchik (Sowing): Technological proposal for agriculture automated urban that conquers the heights

Annually, food prices have risen an average of 2.6% for the last 20 years. The food shortage of food is related to political problems, which leads to violence as an end product. According to the FAO, in 2008 saw record rises in food prices and ended in fights and brawls in 48 countries. This is because a system doomed to failure continues in times of climate change. Faced with this, vertical farming appears as an alternative solution, which consists of superimposed layers and is performed on ascending structures such as buildings and platforms. There, the environmental variables are controlled for the crops. Additionally, and framing the Peruvian reality, there are methods that lower investment costs for vertical farming such as Electro eco sowing, automated urban farming. This project is an agricultural system that optimizes the use of water since it allows only the amount of water necessary for each food product on its substrate aided by electronic circuits. The excess water will be recirculated to return to the system (automation). It also uses solid waste as inputs. It is small in size, easy to to install, to operate anywhere and gives a friendly and reassuring face to the buildings of an increasingly exhausting and stressful. Human supervision will only be done on rare occasions and by the creator of the draft. Between 70% and 90% water saving was obtained (the variation depends on the species) with food plants and fast growth. The maximum expense of $120 to implement everything. It is concluded that this project is eco-efficient, low cost, guaranteeing food security and it would be an income extra for those who stay in their home.

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Reimagining Toronto Parks & Trails Wayfinding

This session will discuss the development, design, pilot implementation, and evaluation of a strategy to enhance and unify wayfinding across the city’s 1,600+ parklands and 600 km of trails. The work was developed over two phases. The strategy forms part of Toronto’s post COVID-19 response to increase access to public and private greenspace, providing residents with accessible and reliable access to outdoor and help make the city’s urban wilderness more inclusive. Phase One, established system framework: identifying gaps and challenges through analysis and ongoing engagement with stakeholders and the general public, setting wayfinding principles, informing content needs, establishing general style and design guidelines. Phase Two, included planning, design and implementation of a wayfinding pilot installed along the Lower Don Valley Trail and in Riverdale Park. Post pilot-implementation user surveys informed value engineering and product refinements to establish a system that is durable, flexible and viable in the long term. A comprehensive set of guidelines (five volumes) describe system strategy, product placement, construction details and graphic specification, as well as a governance structure to deliver a decades-long implementation.

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Reimagining Toronto Parks & Trails Wayfinding

This session will discuss the development, design, pilot implementation, and evaluation of a strategy to enhance and unify wayfinding across the city’s 1,600+ parklands and 600 km of trails. The work was developed over two phases. The strategy forms part of Toronto’s post COVID-19 response to increase access to public and private greenspace, providing residents with accessible and reliable access to outdoor and help make the city’s urban wilderness more inclusive. Phase One, established system framework: identifying gaps and challenges through analysis and ongoing engagement with stakeholders and the general public, setting wayfinding principles, informing content needs, establishing general style and design guidelines. Phase Two, included planning, design and implementation of a wayfinding pilot installed along the Lower Don Valley Trail and in Riverdale Park. Post pilot-implementation user surveys informed value engineering and product refinements to establish a system that is durable, flexible and viable in the long term. A comprehensive set of guidelines (five volumes) describe system strategy, product placement, construction details and graphic specification, as well as a governance structure to deliver a decades-long implementation.

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The paths of nature / Les chemins de la nature

Nature's paths are a documentary resource on the ecological network of Paris. Initiated in 2017 and updated regularly, les chemins de la nature offers a range of tools to understand and improve the ecological network of Paris. The document is organized as follows: Atlas of the green and blue webs of Paris: this is to illustrate the geography of Parisian biodiversity through maps that draw the biodiversity reservoirs and ecological corridors that connect them. The priority habitat sheets present the fifteen habitats with high ecological value. The disappearance of habitats is the first cause of biodiversity erosion recognized worldwide and proven in Paris. The regional flora is composed of the regional flora catalog organized by strata and presents the six protected species in Paris. Invasive alien species (IAS): IAS represent the third greatest threat to biodiversity worldwide. This section focuses on their description and provides management guidelines. The fauna target species sheets present in detail the ecology of thirty-eight species or groups of species qualified as target species. Finally, the additional resources section includes several useful documents for biodiversity management, such as: the intervention calendar, participatory science protocols, artificial lodges, etc.

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Selección de especies arbóreas para espacios públicos

Históricamente hemos realizado proyectos para la creación de espacios públicos arbolados considerando la utilización de especies “de moda”, “bonitas”, “grandes”, “baratas”, para salir del paso. Sin embargo no tomamos en cuenta las necesidades básicas de supervivencia de las plantas, las dimensiones que alcanzaran, el equipamiento urbano, etc. La planeación y el uso de técnicas para la selección de especies arbóreas apropiadas, es esencial para diseñar, construir y mejorar un espacio público, esto considerando los diversos factores que influyen en el buen desarrollo de las especies seleccionadas para nuestro proyecto, como son: el clima, suelo, disponibilidad de agua equipamiento urbano, usos y más.

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EL BORDE MAR COMO PARQUE DE NUESTRA CIUDAD

El paseo de borde playa brava consta de 3 kilómetros de longitud, que en términos generales se constituye como un traspaso entre la ciudad y nuestro paisaje natural, la arena, la playa, el mar. Este paseo en su longitud va reconociendo situaciones, actos que ha ido adoptando este espacio a través del tiempo y ritmos que se han ido acogiendo en su forma orgánica, registrado en su huella de arena y los movimientos de sus olas. El paseo de borde playa brava consta de 3 kilómetros de longitud, que en términos generales se constituye como un traspaso entre la ciudad y nuestro paisaje natural, la arena, la playa, el mar. Este paseo en su longitud va reconociendo situaciones, actos que ha ido adoptando este espacio a través del tiempo y ritmos que se han ido acogiendo en su forma orgánica, sensaciones auditivas “ sonoro de brava “ registrado en su huella de arena y los movimientos de sus olas.

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Gamification of playground design: An exercise of codesign using collaborative board games

Since the Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1989, the importance of the participation of children and adolescents in the city began to be highlighted, promoting the recognition of children as subjects with rights and an opinion, freedom of expression and their own voice. As Ian Smith says "Children are part of our cities. If our cities aren't designed for children, then they're not meant for citizens. If they're not meant for citizens, they're not cities." Therefore, we are challenged to find ways to involve children in the process of designing urban playgrounds. How can we do that? What if we turn the design process into a game itself to do it? What if we merge game elements with playgrounds design? This workshop aims to explore the use of collaborative board games as a design tool in which urban design experts and non-experts can participate. Be part of an open playground co-design process using game mechanics.

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Funding public policies with private sources – experiences from Brazilian parks

In a moment of budgetary restrictions, is not uncommon for governments to freeze or cut resources for recreation and public spaces maintenance. As a fundamental source of welfare and provider of environmental services, urban parks need to find new sources for funding. This scenario imposes a challenge for policy makers: how to continuously delivery effective public services in a context when budget is scarce? Searching for financially sustainable policies, many governments across Brazil are designing arrangements with the private sector for partnerships intended to support public management of free entrance public parks. These policies require from the private partner to run operational services and managing facilities, commercial or not, as well as to implement policies designed by public officers. While a great opportunity to facilitate investments that hardly would be made exclusively with public resources, there are also challenges to properly manage private interests and assure even more diverse and vibrant parks. This scenario that is intended to be shared. From the theoretical framework behind these partnerships with cases from cities such as São Paulo, Porto Alegre and Recife, to the outcomes and required improvements of this policy.

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MITIGACIÓN Y ADAPTACIÓN DE LOS IMPACTOS DEL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO EN ESPACIOS PÚBLICOS

El objetivo de la investigación consiste en determinar la relación existente entre las estrategias de adaptación desde el diseño de habilitaciones urbanas y la reducción de los riesgos relacionados al cambio climático, con miras a mejorar las condiciones físicas, sociales e institucionales que incidan directamente en la mejora de la calidad de vida de la población. La investigación ha sido realizada en base a la metodología de investigación Hipotético-Deductiva, en donde se recolecta datos para la comprobación hipótesis con base en la medición numérica (cantidades) y el análisis estadístico (métodos estadísticos), con el fin de establecer pautas de comportamiento y probar teorías, con un diseño de investigación correlacional, donde la muestra son las urbanizaciones que conforman las habilitaciones urbanas.

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Street-Park Networks for the Healthy City

Streets cover around 80% of the total public space in cities. How can we enhance the function of such valuable space? What if they achieve more than just connecting us between our destinations? The city of San Pedro Garza García is going through one of its most important transformations in its history. Following three historical urbanization events, and the deep renovation of 5 large parks, there is a new layer being unfolded across three districts that promise a city with an unprecedented network of urban parks. Cities are the product of the constant adaptation of the natural environment and human survival depends on the correct interconnections between air, earth, water, life and culture. The evolution of cities has a straight connection between the way humans transport themselves to access everyday needs and the shape of the paths that connect and provide a safe and comfortable space to move we now call streets. At IMPLANG, we’re working on the transformation of three districts within San Pedro, and this talk will take us through the history of the urbanization of the municipality, the projects in place to improve such places, and the sustainability and health benefits such intervention aims to achieve.

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In search of an extinct forest, analyzing ancient trees

The socio-environmental characterization of the sites where the centenary oaks of the Municipality of San Nicolas de los Garza in Nuevo Leon, Mexico are found will be shown. In addition to sharing the recovery strategy of the environmental historical memory of what was the Nogalar forest, now an urbanized area, vulnerable to climate change.

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Building communities where all life can thrive

Introducing a new urban model for living together with nature

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Educational Sessions

Educational Sessions

Fecha: 2022-11-14 Horario: de 11:50:00 a 12:20:00 Lugar: -

Resilient parks and communities

This session aims to inspire: it will show how public parks can contribute to more resilient and healthy neighborhoods and communities. We will present the "Our Resilient Neighborhood" initiative, which implements measures to rehabilitate the public park “Parque Hundido Pedro Sánchez” in the city of San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur. The initiative works closely with the community in order to adjust the park to their needs. At the same time, the initiative implements nature-based solutions and educational measures that can give answers to the environmental challenges in San José del Cabo. We will take participants on a virtual walk in the park and show simple strategies to create “urban oasis” and spaces of cohabitation, recreation and education, which can be replicated in urban parks, schools and homes. The session will be conducted in a hybrid way: videos of the initiative will be shown and a panel will be organized to share lessons learned and recommendations for carrying out these initiatives.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 12:40:00 a 13:25:00 Lugar: Glass Room 2

Green Infrastructure for Resilient Public Spaces

In this session, the systemic concept of green infrastructure is presented, highlighting its guiding principles and the Roadmap prepared for the Mexican context, mentioning successful experiences, such as the German and Mexican cases. The Green Infrastructure Network is exposed, as a space for knowledge, strengthening and exchange of experiences among professionals in the field in Mexico.

Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 11:20:00 a 12:05:00 Lugar: Glass Room 3

Campaigns with a Cause: Fundraising

In this session, two examples of two successful campaigns of the Pro Bosque Chapultepec Trust will be presented. These cases have innovated in their way of promoting fundraising to the general public, with single and recurring donations and have also managed to strengthen communication and socialization of the cause of this great trust that directly benefits the great Chapultepec Forest. .

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 11:50:00 a 12:20:00 Lugar: Glass Room 1

Past, Present and Future of Parks in Monterrey

When the welfare of society, the economy and the environment come together, they give birth to sustainability. In a city, this is the foundation of the future. Learn how the parks in the city of Monterrey have managed to be more sustainable over almost 20 years, and thus manage to better serve the community, the budget and the environment.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 17:50:00 a 18:20:00 Lugar: Glass Room 3

Establishing Green Adelaide and becoming a National Park City

Green Adelaide was established in 2020 as one of the biggest changes in the South Australian Government's reform of natural resources management across the state. With a direction to focus on the management of the urban landscape, hear about Green Adelaide's achievements over the past two years in response to challenges such as a changing climate, population growth and development, and the threats of habitat loss and invasive species. This has seen a focus on urban greening, rewilding, and community engagement to increase connection to nature, in partnership with local councils, non-government organisations and others. Green Adelaide has also joined an ambitious international movement to improve the health and liveability of cities which has seen Adelaide become the second National Park City in the world after London. This brings additional opportunities to focus on relationships between people and nature, acknowledge and address the challenges we face, and assist other cities in their similar journeys. Green Adelaide will share the challenges and opportunities arising from this historic achievement.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 11:50:00 a 12:20:00 Lugar: Glass Room 3

Urban Parks in 2050

21st century cities face an array of significant new challenges – population grown, rapid urbanization, increasing inequity, growing violence, climate change, sea level rise, and the extinction crisis. Urban parks are both significantly impacted by these new challenges and offer potential solutions for addressing them. In this session, speakers from five continents around the world will identify key emerging trends in urban parks, and together postulate what urban parks will look like and what new roles they will play in the life of cities in 2050. Speakers will focus on the social, environmental, and economic triple bottom line of parks.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 17:50:00 a 18:20:00 Lugar: Glass Room 2

BiodivScore

In Paris, 95% of projects are not subject to environmental assessment, so that the consideration of biodiversity in projects is not assessed, nor is the impact that these projects have on living organisms. In accordance with Action 2 of its Biodiversity Plan, the City of Paris aims to correct this pitfall by integrating biodiversity into all stages of construction, development and rehabilitation projects. A tool for evaluating practices Inspired by the avoid-reduce-compensate sequence, the BiodivScore is a tool to assess the biodiversity performance of projects and to help them move towards the least impact in terms of biodiversity. This tool therefore encourages the avoidance of impacts on biodiversity, or, failing that, their reduction and, as a last resort, the compensation of residual impacts. Four assessment axes are developed to cover the entire timeframe of the project: o Evaluation of the ecological potential to be calculated before and after in order to compare the trend between the initial and projected situations; o Evaluation of the programming and construction choices to assess the consideration given to biodiversity by the project owner and the contractor; o Assessment of the avoidance and reduction of the impacts of the works during the construction phase; o Assessment of the planned management.

Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 17:15:00 a 18:00:00 Lugar: Glass Room 2

National Urban Parks Policy, More and Better Parks for Chile

In Chile, our cities are facing a series of challenges as a result of the increase in the urban population and the socio-spatial segregation that this increase has been associated with. Problems such as environmental pollution, the effects of climate change and vulnerability to disaster risk, constitute a threat to the health and quality of life of its inhabitants. Urban growth and densification generate a growing demand for more and better urban parks, while the land available to materialize them is increasingly scarce. Added to the challenge of land availability is that of equity in the distribution of existing parks and green areas. Providing Chile with a National Policy for Urban Parks (PNPU) represents a unique opportunity to protect and strengthen the vital role that urban parks play in the sustainability and resilience of our cities, in the well-being and quality of life of its inhabitants. , and in the future development of the country. The PNPU ​​is the result of hard multisectoral work led by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development (MINVU) with different public agencies, the private sector, academia and civil society. In addition, it was developed with a wide territorial deployment in the 16 administrative regions of the country and with citizen participation processes.

Fecha: 2022-11-18 Horario: de 09:30:00 a 10:00:00 Lugar: Glass Room 1

Building Communities where All Life can Thrive

The way we plan, design and build can’t continue We currently use up to 50% of our natural resources to build cities that become urban sprawls, degrade our health & quality of life, and generate increasing social alienation, loss of biodiversity, resource scarcity and economic inequality. Supernature Labs is a regenerative design and technology organization committed to reinventing the existing structures of the built environment, and stopping urban sprawl as we know it. By 2040, we will double the urban land coverage, and by 2060, our built environment will double. The way we design cities today forces us into an unwanted compromise between just being together, and being together with nature. We must plan, design and build like nature, with nature, for the benefit of all life.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 10:00:00 a 10:30:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Urban Parks Revisited: In Search of an Extinct Forest through the Selection of Tree Species

The socio-environmental characterization of the sites where the centenary oaks of the Municipality of San Nicolas de los Garza in Nuevo Leon, Mexico are found will be shown. In addition to sharing the recovery strategy of the environmental historical memory of what was the Nogalar forest, now an urbanized area, vulnerable to climate change. Planning and the use of techniques for the selection of appropriate tree species is essential to design, build and improve a public space, considering the various factors that influence the good development of the species selected for our project, such as: climate, soil, availability of water, urban equipment, uses and more. In our collective imagination an urban park is a public place of free access and usually run by local authorities. Its main objective is recreation although there are additional environmental, social, and economic benefits. Under the current urban context of overpopulation, pollution, climate change and mainly prevailing water scarcity, urban parks face great challenges for their maintenance. In this session, success stories from Tijuana, San Nicolás Garza and the tree planting model in Saltillo, all cities in Mexico, are reviewed.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 12:40:00 a 13:25:00 Lugar: Glass Room 3

Depeloping the City through Financing Strategies: From Sao Paulo to Pittsburgh and Buenos Aires

In a moment of budgetary restrictions, it is not uncommon for governments to freeze or cut resources for recreation and public spaces maintenance. As a fundamental source of welfare and provider of environmental services, urban parks need to find new sources for funding. This scenario imposes a challenge for policy makers: how to continuously deliver effective public services in a context when budget is scarce? In this session you will learn from the theoretical framework behind these partnerships with cases from cities such as São Paulo, Porto Alegre and Recife, to the outcomes and required improvements of this policy. Arriving in Pittsburgh which is famous for making steel, for its bridges, and for the rivers they cross, two of which converge into a third at the city's most famous public space. But only a portion of Pittsburgh's riverfronts are publicly owned. Participants in this session will have a chance to dig into the details of this evolving plan.that the local nonprofit Riverlife is working to develop a one-of-a-kind funding structure and maintenance strategy to bring added value to the existing system and ensure a world-class experience for all along Pittsburgh's three rivers. To finish with Buenos Aires, we will visit Plaza Houssay, located between the faculties of Economics, Medicine, Pharmacy and Dentistry of the University of Buenos Aires, is a pass-through spot for more than 170,000 students. The proposal we sought then was to enhance the environment, promoting the concept of "Urban Campus" as a magnet and pole of innovation, knowledge and talent, giving a new use to the parking located in the foundations of the square - then underutilized - in a friendly space, in which both students and neighbors, find a new space of enjoyment and connectivity.

Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 11:20:00 a 12:05:00 Lugar: Glass Room 2

Older Adults Panel

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Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 11:20:00 a 12:05:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Child and Play Panel

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Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 15:55:00 a 16:55:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Changing the Narrative Through Park Management: A New Public Space with Consensus, Participation and Urban Transformation

An abandoned park with a low-security perception can become a family destination and women gathering place. The indicators measured in Parque Cuscatlán in San Salvador show that we can recover areas that community thought was lost. The good news is that this exercise can be replicated, and with the case of Parque Cuscatlán and the multiple measurements that have been made in this space, very positive results can be anticipated. Public-private partnerships can achieve this goal if they are adequately supported with the help of legal instruments such as agreements and other tools such as effective communication and the search for consensus. From Buenos Aires, The Elefante Blanco Public Park is in the center of Barrio 15 (called the Hidden City), a neighborhood that has been neglected and built by its inhabitants. The park, as well as a new government headquarters, are located where a building from the 1930s used to stand, abandoned since the 1950s. The design and execution of an unprecedented work in the city was given way, which incorporated 12,000 m² of public green space, where the needs of the affected population were prioritized, generating consensus and promoting a new physical and symbolic appropriation of the built environment. A park's proper management can change the narrative and meaning of a space.

Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 12:25:00 a 12:55:00 Lugar: Glass Room 1

Cities for Parks

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Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 16:00:00 a 17:30:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

National Associations of Parks Panel

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Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 09:30:00 a 10:30:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

World Wide Management Models

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Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 17:15:00 a 18:00:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Parks Academy Mexico: Professional Certification in Parks and Recreation

The ANPR Mexico together with the World Urban Parks and the Eppley Institute of the University of Indiana have come together to develop the Parks Academy. The objective of the academy is to serve as a reference framework for the Spanish-speaking community in relation to the management of public space, addressing issues of administration, special programming, legislation and design, among others. In this workshop you will be able to experience the main elements of the courses and you will have the opportunity to get to know the dynamics of interaction and competencies up close. You will also meet some of the facilitators of the Parks Academy.

Fecha: 2022-11-18 Horario: de 09:30:00 a 10:00:00 Lugar: Glass Room 2

Compassion Made Possible

In a post-pandemic world, are we confronting the real issues? Cities must go beyond being engines of economic growth. Future cities that support human flourishing will intentionally design urban parks and public spaces as social health gyms. In 2020, The Big Sit, a slow growing social meditation movement began in Singapore, with a vision for conscious cities. Anupam Yog, Founder of The Big Sit, shares the story behind the movement, and why the simple idea of practicing mindfulness in the city is a powerful tool for urban transformation.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 10:35:00 a 11:05:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Urban Design with a Gender Perspective

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Fecha: 2022-11-18 Horario: de 10:20:00 a 11:05:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Nature-Based Solutions to Promote and Improve Health, Inclusion and Well-being

The prescription of activities in nature has physiological, psychological and behavioral benefits for human beings. Forest bathing is a practice that originated in Japan and is spreading widely throughout the world. As a well-being practice based on nature, it is structured in a sequence of activities aimed at giving people a sensory and emotional experience, awakening sensations, moments and pleasant thoughts that contribute to improving the natural ability to adapt to change in a more natural way. positive and healthy. Nature-based solutions are part of the strategies to meet the challenges we are facing globally. Climate change, loss of biodiversity, urbanization, deterioration of physical and mental health are problems on which governments, public and private institutions and citizens are taking action. There are multiple ways to carry out social innovation based on nature and although it is an innovative and little-known topic, those who are working on it are having great benefits for humanity and for the planet.

Fecha: 2022-11-18 Horario: de 10:20:00 a 11:05:00 Lugar: Glass Room 2

Game Changer: How Small Parks can Leverage BIG Influence

The Green Flag Award is a scheme of international non-profit accreditation that recognizes and rewards parks and well-managed green spaces. The Green Flag Award is the only award scheme of its kind in the world; Each space that applies receives an evaluation visit and a feedback report from a professional each year. Don't miss this session and learn about the Green Flag Award, how to make your management plan and more preparation strategies.

Fecha: 2022-11-18 Horario: de 10:20:00 a 11:05:00 Lugar: Glass Room 3

Management of Urban Parks in Chile

This keynote session seeks to show inspiring initiatives raised by citizens, academia and public administration. These success stories have made significant progress in the quantity and quality of green public spaces in Chile.

Fecha: 2022-11-18 Horario: de 11:25:00 a 11:55:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Inclusion and Accesibility in the Parks

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Fecha: 2022-11-18 Horario: de 12:35:00 a 14:05:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Community Activations in the Public Space: The Keys of Recreational Programs

La programación activa en los espacios públicos es un “MUST”. Crear un programa de actividades atractivo para las diferentes personas, gustos e intereses, así como aprovechar los diferentes espacios físicos que se tienen, los conocimientos y habilidades del equipo de trabajo, las alianzas estratégicas y la biodiversidad con la que se cuenta, se traduce en un Parque Activo, visitantes felices, conocimientos adquiridos y recursos obtenidos. Conoce la experiencia, programas exitosos y áreas de oportunidad que se ha aprendido y detectado en uno de los parques más emblemático de la ciudad de León. Junto con lo anterior en esta sesión podrás descubrir "A Safe Return: Community Activations in the Post-COVID City" focuses on a multisectoral strategy of urban interventions designed to assist in post-pandemic reactivation processes in public spaces and communities in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. This project ranges from cultural exercises of citizen co-responsibility to the physical transformation of streets, parks, and common spaces that become adaptable to the new normality. Likewise, it seeks to highlight the value of citizen participation and inter-institutional management in the design and intervention of the city and its public spaces.

Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 12:25:00 a 12:55:00 Lugar: Glass Room 3

Urban and Leisure Parks in Africa

In this session you will learn about the management of urban parks and greening in Africa. The use of park post COVID-19 and how communities appreciate parks and greening more than ever. You will also hear about the Bafoussam leisure park in west Cameroon Central Africa, an ambitious green space project In the framework of the C2D Urban-Regional Capitals Infrastructure program sector to Contribute to the development of infrastructure for urban and rural mobility rural mobility in Cameroon.

Fecha: 2022-11-18 Horario: de 10:20:00 a 11:05:00 Lugar: Glass Room 1

Reconciliation and Public Parks

La réconciliation, une préoccupation nationale, a été intégrée au cadre stratégique du Plan directeur du parc Jean-Drapeau. Nous y présenterons les stratégies et les démarches effectuées pour assurer sa mise en oeuvre à partir d'actions concrètes. Les États et les municipalités ont aujourd’hui la responsabilité de mettre en oeuvre les principes nationaux et internationaux en matière de réconciliation. Le parc Jean-Drapeau, plus grand et ancien parc de Montréal, qui porte en lui l’héritage autochtone, en a fait une priorité et une orientation stratégique. La transformation annoncée dans son plan directeur fera du parc un lieu plus accessible, diversifié, vert et public. L’abondance d’expériences, de patrimoines, d’espaces et de contact avec les gens, le paysage et la nature répondra aux besoins et aspirations des citoyens de même qu’aux enjeux des parcs urbains. L’inclusion, comme principe directeur, guide notre manière de penser, d’aborder et d’aménager le parc. C’est dans ce contexte que nous avons développé notre engagement envers la vérité et la réconciliation. La démarche effectuée depuis 2019, l’élaboration d’un plan d’action et les principales actions mise en œuvre en 2021 seront présentées. Par cela, nous espérons inciter d’autres gestionnaires de parcs à s’investir envers les peuples autochtones et la valorisation de leur présence historique et de leurs pratiques culturelles, tout en ouvrant la discussion sur d’autre initiatives à privilégier pour développer ce nouveau champ d’expertise en architecture de paysage et en gouvernance de parc public.

Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 17:15:00 a 18:00:00 Lugar: Glass Room 1

Street-Park Networks for the Healthy City: Reimagining Parks & Trails

This session will discuss the development, design, pilot implementation, and evaluation of a strategy to enhance and unify wayfinding across the city’s 1,600+ parklands and 600 km of trails. The work was developed over two phases. The strategy forms part of Toronto’s post COVID-19 response to increase access to public and private greenspace, providing residents with accessible and reliable access to outdoor and help make the city’s urban wilderness more inclusive. We will also discuss The case of the city of San Pedro Garza García is going through one of its most important transformations in its history. Following three historical urbanization events, and the deep renovation of 5 large parks, there is a new layer being unfolded across three districts that promise a city with an unprecedented network of urban parks. Cities are the product of the constant adaptation of the natural environment and human survival depends on the correct interconnections between air, earth, water, life, and culture.

Fecha: 2022-11-18 Horario: de 09:30:00 a 10:00:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Urban Life: The Mindful Way

Rather than covet a once-in-awhile retreat into seclusion and solitude, mindful urban living is to learn a skilful way of life right here and now, in the city. By recognising the many opportunities our urban landscape offers for individual and collective development, mindful urban living helps us to dwell in stillness and calmness amidst the day-to-day noises and chaos of the city. We practice mindfulness to understand mindfulness, and explore a more thoughtful and intentional way of life. This session invites contemplation and reflection on how members of an urban community co-exist differently when each person practices mindful awareness of themselves and their relationship with the external environment they inhabit.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 11:50:00 a 12:20:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Collaborative By Design: Parks Canada’s New Network of National Urban Parks

A collaborative and partnership based model is a successful approach for a federally-led urban park program. Join Parks Canada and partners to learn more about the new National Urban Parks Program, which represents the next evolution for Parks Canada whose history over 110 years has provided Canadians a system of national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas. Building on the success of the Rouge National Urban Park, Parks Canada has committed to collaborate with municipalities, provinces, Indigenous partners, conservation organizations and park advocacy groups, among others, to identify opportunities for creating or expanding national urban parks in urban and near-urban settings. This new network of national urban parks will also include areas managed under a range of flexible governance models, including federally administered places, 3rd party administered places, and partnership models. Our network is working together to create new national urban parks that will help protect biodiversity, support climate resilience, connect people to nature, improve mental health and wellness, promote cultural heritage, and increase social inclusion. They will also provide opportunities to support reconciliation with Indigenous populations and build collaborative relationships with Indigenous partners. This interactive session will offer a hybrid presentation and workshop format, to engage and benefit all participants.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 12:40:00 a 13:25:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Central Park in Distritotec: spaces for Meeting

Once the old Technological Stadium (now as the Borrego Stadium) was relocated, the Tecnologico de Monterrey decided to reconvert that space into a large Central Park, open, green and with the possibility of carrying out multiple outdoor activities throughout 3 hectares that today are shared with all the people who wish to visit it. The Central Park is a key piece to rethink the way of living with the environment that embraces the Monterrey Campus. Through this talk, the process that made this dream come true will be shared.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 17:50:00 a 18:20:00 Lugar: Glass Room 1

Manage the Municipal Green Infrastructure; a commitment to Public Health and Biodiversity

From the perspective of the conservative management of the municipal green heritage, a change in approach has been promoted with respect to the traditional green model, which is conceived as a set of scattered parks and gardens, to adopt another that conceives them as a network of spaces natural resources interconnected in such a way that they constitute a true green infrastructure. Taking as a reference the evolution developed in Zaragoza (Spain); Zaragoza's green infrastructure includes urban and peri-urban green spaces, as well as those of the natural area of ​​a territorial nature. Its management integrates more aspects than those that have traditionally been taken into account, but it is approached from a more holistic and comprehensive perspective. Logically, it was necessary to continue with the traditional tasks of pruning, mowing, cleaning, irrigation, etc., but their planning and management had to be integrated into a new, more global, more sustainable, healthier approach, more "thinking about the people" who use them. . The general objective of the new model is to renaturalize and connect the city with its territory, contributing to the fulfillment of climate action objectives and the promotion of biodiversity, promoting urban greening by increasing green areas rich in biodiversity, connected and of low cost of maintenance due to its high naturalness and adaptation to the environment compared to the traditional model of more intensive gardening, as well as improving the well-being and health of citizens, promoting simultaneous management of green and blue spaces, facing the fragmentation of the territory in favor of biodiversity and designing an urban green metabolism project.

Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 11:20:00 a 12:05:00 Lugar: Glass Room 1

Irrigation as a Water Management Tool in Public Areas

Technified irrigation has other functions in a public park beyond just supplying water for plants, among other uses and benefits, it also serves as an environmental controller, climate controller, creation of pleasant environments and water manager.

Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 12:25:00 a 12:55:00 Lugar: Keynote Room

Green Nafta

Cooming Soon

Fecha: 2022-11-17 Horario: de 12:25:00 a 12:55:00 Lugar: Glass Room 2

The Power of Play

Play as a social and discovery activity is fundamental in the development of children. It not only encourages social interaction, but also improves health and allows to learn new skills. However, to achieve the above, it is necessary to have a play area that offers high play value solutions with high quality materials, products tested and certified to ensure the safety of children and accessibility for all children, including those with a disability.

Fecha: 2022-11-18 Horario: de 09:30:00 a 10:00:00 Lugar: Glass Room 3

Sports Projects and Multifunctional Spaces as an Urban Improvement made by Specialists

Through this presentation, you will learn the general characteristics to consider in order to select the optimal type of surface for the various recreation areas of the park, as well as evaluate the cost/benefit that it can provide you in the long term.

Fecha: 2022-11-16 Horario: de 11:50:00 a 12:20:00 Lugar: Glass Room 2

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