Search results ( 1 - 5 of 7 )
| Sort by:
GoGreenRoutes Report on Co-creation
Primarily based on literature review, this report explores the concept of co-creation in practice-based research (including key definitions; benefits and limitations; obstacles and enablers; and supporting tools and methodologies), in connection with the project themes of nature-based solutions, and health and wellbeing. The content of this report is part of a wider process aimed at establishing and maintaining a sound...
Publication Date: 09 Mar 2021
Author(s): Vera Noppenberger (ICLEI), Eleanor Chapman (ICLEI), Julia Gäckle (RWTH Aachen), Mari Carmen Garcia (MCG), Tiiu Koff (University of Tallinn)
Stakeholder mapping report in each of the Cultivating Cities
Over the next years, diverse actions are planned in GoGreenRoutes to broaden the understanding and concept of Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) and to develop new approaches for city (re)design which actively promote the health of urban dwellers in particular. As part of Work Package 3 (WP3) "Cultivating: Re-/Co-Design, Co-Creation, and Co-Ownership" in GoGreenRoutes, six interventions based on NBS approaches will be...
Publication Date: 26 Jul 2021
Author(s): Miryam Bah, Julia Gäckle (RWTH Aachen), Eleanor Chapman (ICLEI)
Results of Seedbed Interventions In Six Cultivating Cities D 3.5
GoGreenRoutes seeks to broaden understanding, perception and experience of urban green space locally through different actions, like temporary urban interventions, in this context referred to as seedbed interventions. This way, the added value of well-designed and accessible urban green space can be better understood and made explicit to its citizens. In the context of GoGreenRoutes this report aims to show the main...
Publication Date: 17 Mar 2023
Author(s): Julia Gaeckle, Shreya Utkarsh, Aine McBeth
Seedbed Intervention: Limerick
In one of our Cultivating Cities, in Limerick, the Seedbed Intervention took place on the Castletroy greenway, which is the target area for the GoGreenRoutes project as it provides connectivity between Castletroy College secondary school (students 12-18 years of age) and Castletroy Gaelscoil (children 4-12 years of age). The greenway consists of a 3.5m wide cycleway alongside a 2.5m wide footpath with 1m wide grass...
Publication Date: 29 Mar 2023
Author(s): Julia Gäckle, et. al.
Seedbed Intervention: Tallinn
The City of Tallinn’s seedbed intervention took place on the 10th September 2022 at Vormsi park’s green area in Lasnamäe district. There were guided walks organised in two languages - Estonian and Russian, in order to engage residents with different nationalities. Both walks were guided by two experts - one focusing on historical context and the other on ecological aspects. An information tent was set up where passers-...
Publication Date: 31 Mar 2023
Author(s): Julia Gäckle et. al.