11 July 2019
In this webinar, cities and researchers will share experiences and knowledge on how to best co-create nature-based solutions. Collaborating amongst different stakeholders to plan, design, implement and/or maintain nature-based interventions together can be challenging to begin with, but is ultimately rewarding. Speakers will unpack key ingredients to successful co-creation of nature-based solutions and share how this can work in practice.
Speakers for this webinar are:
- Katharina Hölscher (Research Fellow) and Marleen Lodder (Research Fellow), Dutch Research Institute For Transitions (DRIFT), Rotterdam (Netherlands)
- Mien Quartier (Expert in Social Innovation) and Gerarda Lamerichs, City of Genk (Belgium)
- Ana Clara Pellegrino and Raquel Cruz, Secretary of Environment, Water Resources and Sustainability of Niteroi, Department of Urban Ecology and Climate Change, City of Niterói (Brazil)
The webinar will be moderated by Alice Reil and Daniela Rizzi (ICLEI Europe) as well as Sophia Picarelli (ICLEI South America).
In this webinar you will learn about:
- why co-creation matters
- the concept of co-creation
- design principles for co-creation
- conditions for putting co-creation into practice
- “dos” and “don'ts”
- the experiences of Niteroi (Brazil) in using co-creation in the field of urban sustainability, and
- the experiences of Genk (Belgium) in co-planning nature-based solutions.
Please join the webinar by clicking here.
Please note that the webinar will take place from 15:00-16:00 CEST, or 10:00-11:00 AM (BRT).
Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to join. Please note: we strongly recommend you to join the webinar via computer since GoToWebinar does not support sound for the videos shown during the webinar for those joining via phone.
If you were not able to join our past webinars, you can take watch the videos on the Connecting Nature YouTube channel.
Please keep in mind that our fourth webinar will be held in September 2019. More information will follow soon.
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