INTERLACE is a project to strengthen urban ecosystem restoration in the European Union and Latin America

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Cities Talk Nature webinar series has started

Within INTERLACE, Cities Talk Nature forms an important component to achieve the projects’ objectives.

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Portoviejo Parque Las Vegas
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3:30 PM - 4:30 PM CEST, Online Event

Nature-based solutions (NbS) are crucial for cities to jointly address the climate and biodiversity crises, while creating quality green jobs and wellbeing for local communities. This COP26 EU Side Event featured different sector practitioners (policy makers, entrepreneurs, international organizations) delivering inspiring presentations and engaging in a panel discussion highlighting a variety of perspectives on key challenges, opportunities, and pathways to mainstream urban NbS and boost local economies.

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COP"6 logo
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This guidance supports INTERLACE project partners who are implementing project activities and need to ensure inclusive, transparent and fair stakeholder participation, whose task is to establish monitoring of cultural, gender and ethical issues within the project. The document offers clear guidance to facilitate inclusive approaches and provide a set of easily applicable and measurable indicators to assess and monitor cultural, gender and ethical issues.

 

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Quito
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The 3rd INTERLACE stakeholder workshop on bike was held on September 16th in Chemnitz. During 5 km bicycle-tour ten stakeholders got insights into five NBS projects in Chemnitz. The tour started with a presentation by the Urban Development Office of the City Chemnitz on the development around the Auepark (Uferpark).

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Chemnitz on a bike
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The Symposium "Reflections on Urban Ecological Rehabilitation and Management of Green Spaces in the City" was held on August 27th in San José with more than 55 participants.  Several key stakeholders joined the discussion including representatives of CBIMA for Nature and local governments of the Greater Metropolitan Area surrounding CBIMA.

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CBIMA
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