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URBiNAT - Healthy corridors as drivers of social housing neighbourhoods for the co-creation of social, environmental and marketable NBS

Rezultaty

Report on strategic design and usage of participatory solutions and relevant digital tools in support of NBS uptake

This deliverable reports on the assessment of URBiNAT’s portfolio of participatory solutions, and available digital solutions and platforms.

Report on community-driven processes to co-design and co-implement NBS

This deliverable reports on what are the most suitable and accessible participatory solutions to co-design and co-implement NBS: formal / informal / digital methodologies and tools, according to the participatory culture of each city.

Compilation and analysis of human rights and gender issues (Y2/Y3)

This report will compile and analyze human rights and gender issues in the scope of URBINATs planning implementation and evaluation of activities on a regular basis based on consultations to the scientific commission and to the multistakeholders advisory board

Diagnosis report for each follower city

These diagnosis reports will generally describe the local conditions for the projects development including the local full mappings of identified deprived areas in each city baselines of local challenges mapping community assets and urban capital identifying particular contexts participatory local cultures and existing initiatives local needs and expectations at different levels mapping and evaluating existing NBS identifying indicators baselines of market potentials for NBS mapping of mechanisms in place to recognize and promote rights and results of the potential risks for the environment assessment

NBS implementation strategy

This deliverable is dedicated to the coimplementation strategy of the healthy corridors in the three frontrunner cities in the frame of task 46 Firstly the Healthy Corridor HC concept D42 will be developed as an urban project by the city urban planning office Porto Nantes and Sofia and by the local partner ICETACIBIO CNRSIRSTV UASG with the participation of the citizens The cities will contract consultants to support the project if needed and will contract facilitators to develop the codesign process The horizontal partners that developed the HC Concept task 44 and its NBS task 42 will coordinate the urban project Secondly the urban project task 24 and 45 will be built by the municipality of Porto Nantes and Sofia that will promote the public tenders to select private construction companies The municipality will supervise the HC construction with the support of the local partner The local partner will support the costs related to the development and supervision of the HC urban project The technological NBS will be built by IAAC Cities will provide the infrastructures necessary to its implementation The deliverable will be an urban project and the construction of the HC

Report identifying market potential for different NBS solution, determine criteria for selection of NBS projects and shortlist of NBS projects in each of the three frontrunner cities

This document includes a description of the methodological aspects considered in the online research and in the development of the workshops based on community dialogues method

Compilation and analysis of human rights and gender issues (Y1)

This report will compile and analyze human rights and gender issues in the scope of URBINAT’s planning, implementation and evaluation of activities on a regular basis based on consultations to the scientific commission and to the multi-stakeholders’ advisory board.

Dissemination package: basic set of dissemination material for the project

The dissemination package will include all the public documents generated by the project's team, a dissemination database and other dissemination materials updated subsequently by the day-to-day point of contact, at least, annually.

Diagnosis report for each frontrunner city

These diagnosis reports will, generally, describe the local conditions for the project’s development, including the local full mappings of identified deprived areas in each city, baselines of local challenges, mapping community assets and urban capital, identifying particular contexts, participatory local cultures and existing initiatives, local needs and expectations at different levels, mapping and evaluating existing NBS, identifying indicators, baselines of market potentials for NBS, mapping of mechanisms in place to recognize and promote rights,and results of the potential risks for the environment assessment.

Report presenting lessons of implementing smart digital tools in NBS, along with guidelines and manuals

This deliverable reports on data and insight on what works and does not work under different circumstances in terms of awareness creation citizen engagement and innovative usage of NBS

New NBS

New NBS services protocols and technical guidelines including best practice documentation material characterization and product performance documents and maybe certificates This comment is valid for the novel solutions deployed at TRL46 max

Urban plans - Frontrunner Cities

Three 3 urban plans for the establishment of the Healthy Corridor will be produced for URBiNAT frontrunner cities Porto Nantes Sofia 3 local proposals for the frontrunners will be implemented by the municipalities

Project for the Healthy Corridor Concept (Drawing, Models, Specifications) to sup-port Urban Plans

This deliverable reports a document that defines the conceptual strategy of Healthy Corridor to be developed in the task 24 by the frontrunners and followers cities in articulation with the local partners The document will be constituted by drawings 2D and 3D Models virtual and physical and technical specifications The WP4 partners will promote workshops in each city with local partners in order to discuss the project and to develop a codesigned process of the solution for each case study with all stakeholders

Report on pilot participatory workshop on community-driven process for the co-creation of healthy corridors and NBS

This deliverable reports on the results of the development of a pilot participatory workshopwhich will be the reference for conducting workshops in Living Labs for the identification of opportunities and codesign of NBS

Ongoing monitoring and evaluation platform

This deliverable is the result from the implementation of a set of instruments to support the monitoring and evaluation of NBS implementation

Website and newsletter

This deliverable is the implementation of the website Besides spreading information about the project using the website a newsletter will be used both to target interested researchers and to serve as basis for communications with the public at large

Establishment of the Community of Practices CoP

The establishment of a Community of Practices is one of the main deliverables of URBINAT The CoP will be based on a methodology for coachingmentoringsharing through onetoone activities among frontrunner and follower cities and the creation of an international open platform on NBS with EU and nonEU partners

Portfolio of methods for operationalizing interactive communication in support of NBS uptake

Portfolio of methods structured for the purpose of engaging different target audiences through an interactive communication schemes in support of NBS

Data Management Plan

This plan, delivered by the Steering Committee, will reveal the expected data, how it will be collected, organized, described, analysed and stored, as well as the procedures that will be used during and after the end of the project to share and preserve this information.

Publikacje

Integrating biophotovoltaic and cyber-physical technologies into a 3D printed wall

Autorzy: Chiara Farinea, Lana Awad, Alex Dubor, Mohamad El Atab
Opublikowane w: Anthropologic – Architecture and Fabrication in the cognitive age – Proceedings of the 38th International Online Conference on Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe, Berlin, Germany, 16th-17th September 2020, Volume 2, 2020, Strona(/y) 463-472, ISBN 978-9-49120-721-1
Wydawca: Institute of Architecture, Technische Universität Berlin/Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe

Healthy Spatial Planning: Overview

Autorzy: Elena Dimitrova, Milena Tasheva-Petrova
Opublikowane w: INTERNATIONAL Conference Making Healthy Cities for People - Education, Research, Practice in Planning, Architecture and Engineering: Conference Proceedings, 2021, Strona(/y) 23-24, ISBN 978-9926-490-02-7
Wydawca: University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Architecture

Urban Corridors as Common Pool Resources: the Case of Nova Gorica and Rijeka

Autorzy: Marco Acri, Saša Dobričić, Maja Debevec
Opublikowane w: INTERNATIONAL Conference Making Healthy Cities for People - Education, Research, Practice in Planning, Architecture and Engineering: Conference Proceedings, 2021, Strona(/y) 145-154, ISBN 978-9926-490-02-7
Wydawca: University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Architecture
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5592102

“City health” as an urban challenge: building capacity in research and education

Autorzy: Milena Tasheva-Petrova, Elena Dimitrova
Opublikowane w: IXth international scientific conference оn Architecture and Civil Engineering ArCive 2019 31 may – 02 june 2019, Varna, Bulgaria, 2020
Wydawca: Varna Free University

Sustainable management of open public space in a large housing estate in Sofia: integrating physical characteristics and social dimensions

Autorzy: Milena Tasheva-Petrova
Opublikowane w: International Conference on Urban Planning: Proceedings, 2020, Strona(/y) 187-195, ISBN 978-86-88601-52-8
Wydawca: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Nis

Mobilizing digital enablers for citizen engagement in urban regeneration

Autorzy: Ingrid Andersson, Thomas Andersson, Emma Björner
Opublikowane w: Ecocity World Summit 2021-2022: Conference Proceedings, 2022, Strona(/y) 703-713, ISBN 978-0-578-77618-7
Wydawca: Ecocity Builders

An inclusive urban project for healthy cities

Autorzy: Gonçalo Canto Moniz, Luís Miguel Correia, Américo Mateus, José António Bandeirinha
Opublikowane w: UIA 2021 RIO: 27th World Congress of Architects, 2021, Strona(/y) 779-785, ISBN 978-1-944214-31-9
Wydawca: Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture

Capturing living knowledge in urban neighbourhoods: Experiences of cultural mapping within the URBiNAT project

Autorzy: Duxbury, Nancy; Nunes, Nathalie
Opublikowane w: URRC Proceedings, V, Numer Volume 19, 2022
Wydawca: Urban Resilience Research Center Bangkok

Интегриране на резултатите от научноизследователския проект URBiNAT в системата за планиране на столична община/ Integrating URBiNAT research project’s results into the planning system of Sofia municipality

Autorzy: M. Tasheva-Petrova,I. Mutafchiiska, A. Burov
Opublikowane w: XX International Scientific Conference VSU'2020 on Construction and Architecture: Conference proceedings, volume II, 2020, Strona(/y) 237-242
Wydawca: VSU

Urban morphology and mobility patterns: myths and real-life transformations of a large housing estate in Sofia

Autorzy: Milena Tasheva-Petrova, Elena Dimitrova, Angel Burov
Opublikowane w: Streets for 2030: proposing streets for integrated and universal mobility, Ljubljana, 23.-24. September 2020 book of proceedings, 2020, Strona(/y) 165-172, ISBN 978-961-6390-58-3
Wydawca: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture/Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

The role of Social and Solidarity Economy in the inclusive urban regeneration power of nature-based solutions: What can we learn from the Nadezhda district in Sofia?

Autorzy: Beatriz Caitana, Milena Tasheva-Petrova, Nathalie Vallet
Opublikowane w: Solidarity Economy Alternative Spaces, Power and Politics, 2024, Strona(/y) 206-227, ISBN 9781032307060
Wydawca: Routledge
DOI: 10.4324/9781003306344-15

Inclusive Urban Regeneration with Citizens and Stakeholders: From Living Labs to the URBiNAT CoP

Autorzy: Gonçalo Canto Moniz, Ingrid Andersson, Knud Erik Hilding-Hamann, Américo Mateus, Nathalie Nunes
Opublikowane w: Nature-based Solutions for Sustainable Urban Planning. Contemporary Urban Design Thinking, 2022, Strona(/y) 105-146, ISBN 978-3-030-89524-2
Wydawca: Springer
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-89525-9_5

URBiNAT - An Example of a Sustainable Intelligent Community

Autorzy: Toporkoff, Sylviane
Opublikowane w: Innovative Solutions for Creating Sustainable Cities, 2019, Strona(/y) 61 - 62, ISBN 1527-535932
Wydawca: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Inclusive Urban Regeneration: Opportunities for an Open City

Autorzy: Gonçalo Canto Moniz, Isabel Ferreira, Beatriz Caitana, Nathalie Nunes
Opublikowane w: How can we overcome inequalities in our cities?, Numer 61, 2024, Strona(/y) 50-56, ISBN 978-88-6835-522-7
Wydawca: Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli

Making urban regeneration inclusive through nature-based solutions: contributions from the solidarity economy

Autorzy: Beatriz Caitana (ed.)
Opublikowane w: Cescontexto, Numer 33, 2023, ISSN 2182-908X
Wydawca: Centro de Estudos Sociais

Nature for Inclusive and Innovative Urban Regeneration International Conference: Book of Abstracts

Autorzy: Gonçalo Canto Moniz, Isabel Ferreira, Beatriz Caitana, Nathalie Nunes, João Rui Pereira (eds.)
Opublikowane w: 2022, ISBN 978-989-8847-43-0
Wydawca: Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra

Green walls and health: An umbrella review

Autorzy: Marcel Cardinali, Alvaro Balderrama, Daniel Artzmann, Uta Pottgiesser
Opublikowane w: Nature-Based Solutions, Numer 3, 2023, ISSN 2772-4115
Wydawca: Elsevier Inc.
DOI: 10.1016/j.nbsj.2023.100070

Le jardinage urbain : le défi de la qualité des sols urbains pour les collectivités

Autorzy: Philippe Bodénan, Hugo Doux, Béatrice Béchet, Patrice Cannavo, Liliane Jean-Soro, Thierry Lebeau, Cécile Le Guern, Laure Vidal-Beaudet
Opublikowane w: Projets de paysage, Numer 27, 2022, ISSN 1969-6124
Wydawca: École nationale supérieure du paysage de Versailles-Marseille

Examining green space characteristics for social cohesion and mental health outcomes: A sensitivity analysis in four European cities

Autorzy: Marcel Cardinali, Mariëlle A. Beenackers, Ghozlane Fleury-Bahi, Philippe Bodénan, Milena Tasheva Petrova, Arjan van Timmeren, Uta Pottgiesser
Opublikowane w: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, Numer 93, 2024, Strona(/y) 128230, ISSN 1618-8667
Wydawca: Urban & Fischer Verlag
DOI: 10.1016/j.ufug.2024.128230

Co-Production Boundaries of Nature-Based Solutions for Urban Regeneration: The Case of a Healthy Corridor

Autorzy: Beatriz Caitana, Gonçalo Canto Moniz
Opublikowane w: Urban Planning, Numer 9, 2024, ISSN 2183-7635
Wydawca: Cogitatio Press
DOI: 10.17645/up.7306

Automotive urban landscapes: Exploring public programmes for adaptive reuse of underground car parks

Autorzy: Ilsbroekx, Raf; Van Acker, Maarten
Opublikowane w: Journal of Landscape Architecture, Numer 16(3), 2021, Strona(/y) 24-39, ISSN 2164-604X
Wydawca: European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools
DOI: 10.1080/18626033.2021.2031736

AID-PRIGSHARE: Automatization of indicator development in green space health research in QGIS. Accompanying script to the PRIGSHARE reporting guidelines

Autorzy: Marcel Cardinali, Mariëlle A. Beenackers, Arjan van Timmeren, Uta Pottgiesser
Opublikowane w: Software Impacts, Numer 16, 2023, ISSN 2665-9638
Wydawca: Elsevier B. v.
DOI: 10.1016/j.simpa.2023.100506

Des « solutions fondées sur la nature » dans un quartier de grands ensembles ?

Autorzy: Philippe Bódenan, Béatrice Béchet
Opublikowane w: Metropolitiques, 2023, ISSN 2114-5350
Wydawca: Metropolitiques
DOI: 10.56698/metropolitiques.1890

Guidelines for Citizen Engagement and the Co-Creation of Nature-Based Solutions: Living knowledge in the URBiNAT Project

Autorzy: Nathalie Nunes, Emma Björner, Knud Erik Hilding-Hamann
Opublikowane w: Sustainability, Numer 13(23), 2021, ISSN 2071-1050
Wydawca: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su132313378

Healthy Corridors for Inclusive Urban Regeneration

Autorzy: Moniz, Gonçalo Canto Ferreira, Isabel
Opublikowane w: Rassegna di Architettura e Urbanistica,, Numer 158, 2019, ISSN 0392-8608
Wydawca: Sapienza, University of Rome

Allotment gardens: Psychosocial benefits and conflictual community aspects

Autorzy: Arnaud Sapin, Philippe Bódenan, Thierry Lebeau, Ghozlane Fleury-Bahi
Opublikowane w: Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 2022, ISSN 1099-1298
Wydawca: Wiley
DOI: 10.1002/casp.2663

O potencial inovador e de co-produção social em soluções de regeneração urbana / The innovative potential and social co-production in urban regeneration solutions

Autorzy: Beatriz Silva, Isabel Ferreira, Nathalie Nunes
Opublikowane w: Brazilian Journal of Business, Numer 3/1, 2021, Strona(/y) 1138-1153, ISSN 2596-1934
Wydawca: Brazilian Journals Publicações de Periódicos e Editora Ltda
DOI: 10.34140/bjbv3n1-065

Preferred reporting items in green space health research. Guiding principles for an interdisciplinary field

Autorzy: Marcel Cardinali, Mariëlle A. Beenackers, Arjan van Timmeren, Uta Pottgiesser
Opublikowane w: Environmental Research, Numer 228, 2023, ISSN 0013-9351
Wydawca: Academic Press
DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2023.115893

The relation between proximity to and characteristics of green spaces to physical activity and health: A multi-dimensional sensitivity analysis in four European cities

Autorzy: Marcel Cardinali, Mariëlle A. Beenackers, Arjan van Timmeren, Uta Pottgiesser
Opublikowane w: Environmental Research, Numer 241, 2024, ISSN 0013-9351
Wydawca: Academic Press
DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2023.117605

Enhancing the integration of Nature-Based Solutions in cities through digital technologies

Autorzy: Chiara Farinea
Opublikowane w: Techne: Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, Numer Special Series Vol. 2, 2021, Strona(/y) 165-169, ISSN 2239-0243
Wydawca: Firenze University Press
DOI: 10.13128/techne-10703

Healthy Corridors for Inclusive Urban Regeneration

Autorzy: Moniz, Gonçalo Canto Ferreira, Isabel
Opublikowane w: Rassegna di Architettura e Urbanistica,, Numer 54-158, 2019, ISSN 2532-7984
Wydawca: Quodlibet
DOI: 10.1400/273027

Re-claiming space for public life: messages from the northwestern periphery of Sofia

Autorzy: Milena Tasheva-Petrova, Elena Dimitrova, Angel Burov, Irina Mutafchiiska
Opublikowane w: Urbani izziv, Numer 32 (supplement), 2021, Strona(/y) 91-105, ISSN 1855-8399
Wydawca: Urbanistični inštitut Republike SIovenije
DOI: 10.5379/urbani-izziv-en-2021-32-supplement-6

From Nature-based Solutions to the Nature-based Economy - Delivering the Green Deal for Europe. Draft White Paper for consultation. Nature-based Economy Working Group of EC Task Force III on Nature-based Solutions

Autorzy: McQuaid, Siobhán; Rhodes, Mary-Lee; Andersson, Thomas; Croci, Edoardo; Feichtinger-Hofer, Marianne; Grosjean, Matthieu; Lueck, Alina; Kooijman, Esmee; Lucchitta, Benedetta; Rizzi, Daniela; Reil, Alice; Schante, Joanne
Opublikowane w: From Nature-based Solutions to the Nature-based Economy - Delivering the Green Deal for Europe. Draft White Paper for consultation. Nature-based Economy Working Group of EC Task Force III on Nature-based Solutions, 2021
Wydawca: NA
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5055605

Evaluating the impact of nature-based solutions: A handbook for practitioners

Autorzy: Adina Dumitru and Laura Wendling, Eds.
Opublikowane w: 2021, ISBN 978-92-76-22821-9
Wydawca: European Commission
DOI: 10.2777/244577

The vital role of nature-based solutions in a nature positive economy

Autorzy: Siobhan McQuaid, Esmee Kooijman, Daniela Rizzi, Thomas Andersson, Joanne Schanté
Opublikowane w: 2021, ISBN 978-92-76-40679-2
Wydawca: Publications Office of the European Union
DOI: 10.2777/307761

Evaluating the impact of nature-based solutions: Appendix of methods

Autorzy: Adina Dumitru and Laura Wendling, Eds.
Opublikowane w: 2021, ISBN 978-92-76-22960-5
Wydawca: European Commission
DOI: 10.2777/11361

Evaluating the Impact of Nature-based Solutions: A Summary for Policy Makers

Autorzy: Marcel Cardinali, Adina Dumitru, Sofie Vandewoestijne, Laura Wendling
Opublikowane w: 2021, ISBN 978-92-76-40745-4
Wydawca: European Commission
DOI: 10.2777/521937

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