There will be even more parks in European cities
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There will be even more parks in European cities

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10-16-2019
 

Researchers of European urban spaces and municipal officials try to make the cities of the Old World greener, more ecological and accessible.

Scientists and researchers in urban areas of Europe as well as municipal officials have gathered for the ENABLE program conference to discuss how to create more accessible and greener urban infrastructure. The project was launched in association with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to assist the city authorities. It aims to improve the implementation of green and blue infrastructure in cities. The event took place on October 9, 2019 in Brussels, Belgium, says the site of the event.

During the conference the participants looked into the existing experience of such cities as Stockholm (Sweden), Barcelona (Spain), Lodz (Poland) and Halle (Germany). In particular, they discussed the possibility of developing infrastructure around the Flaten Lake (Stockholm).

The ENABLE program involves the representatives of urban space research centres from North, South, Western and Central Europe, as well as North America.

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