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

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In Europe and beyond, the summer of 2022 is hot. Very hot. A runway at a London airport melted in the heat and from Paris to Warsaw the grass in parks turned dry and yellow. The Rhine – the river flowing through Rotterdam, Köln and Strasbourg – is running dry. This is the same river that catastrophically flooded a year ago, destroying towns in Germany and Belgium. The impact of climate change on urban areas in Europe is unmistakable.

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Hotel Metropolo by Golden Tulip, Krakow

Urban areas are under pressure: Climate change, pollution and the conversion of open spaces threaten human well-being and biodiversity. Applying Nature-based Solutions to restore degraded, damaged, or destroyed urban ecosystems can help to address such challenges. This conference aims to strengthen knowledge and exchange on the implementation of Nature-based Solutions and will bring together city and city network representatives from across Europe.

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On June 5th, Costa Rica commemorates as do many other countries, the World Environment Day. In the Local Committee of the Interurban Biological Corridor Maria Aguilar (CBIMA), this day marks the beginning of the Month of the Environment, in which different celebrations take place to raise awareness of the importance of the care and protection of the environment for all live on earth.

 

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A categorized database of good practice models, tools, methodologies, strategies, guidelines, standards and approaches to support the development of Nature-based Solutions assessment systems in the project and providing guidance for integrated and ecologically coherent urban planning processes. Ten approaches are showcased as short factsheets, highlighting their scope of application and examples of their EU and/or CELAC application.

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On the 12th and 13th of May 2022, the INTERLACE Project held the first Latin American Engagement Event of Cities Talk Nature in San José, Costa Rica.

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