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Le LPPL partenaire du programme URBINAT financé par l’Europe Horizon 2020 Financement :European Commission; Horizon 2020 Porteur : Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia Responsable pour le LPPL : G. Fleury-Bahi - 29 partenaires internationaux dont 7 villes européennes

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

URBiNAT focuses on the regeneration and integration of deprived social housing urban developments through an innovative and inclusive catalogue of Nature-Based Solutions (NBS), ensuring sustainability and mobilising driving forces for social cohesion. Interventions focus on the public space to co-create with citizens new urban, social and nature-based relations within and between different neighbourhoods. Taking the full physical, mental and social well-being of citizens as its main goal, URBiNAT aims to co-plan a healthy corridor as an innovative and flexible NBS, which itself integrates a large number of micro NBS emerging from community-driven design processes.

Funding :European Commission; Horizon 2020

Coordination : Centro des estudos Sociais CES ; Universidade de Coimbra

Consortium

From West to East, the cities of Porto, Nantes and Sofia act as frontrunners based on their demonstrated experience in the innovative use of public space with NBS. From South to North, the cities of Siena, Nova Gorica, Bruxelles and Høje-Taastrup share and replicate URBiNAT concepts and methodologies, acting as ‘followers’. Each city is supported by local partners, associations and research centres, as well as by ‘horizontal’ centres, universities and companies which link between cities. The collaboration with non-European partners, including in China and Iran, as well as with NBS observers based in Brazil, Japan, Oman and the vibrant cities of Shenyang in China and Khorramabad in Iran brings international experiences and dimension to the project.

Contribution of the LPPL to the project : Studying how NBS could contribute to quality of life and well-being in deprived urban areas.

Site internet : https://urbinat.eu/