London National Park City: What if we create more & better green corridors? Tues 27 October 1830 – 2000 GMT

Join us online for a free, thought-provoking event featuring speakers who are making green corridors a reality in their cities. Would you like to live in a London filled with green corridors? Would you like to learn about green corridors and hear from people around the world on how they successfully implemented them? Tue, 27

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Designing London National Park City

Designing London National Park City

An Audio Journey Along Regent’s CanalA new audio journey by There Project, with sound design by Deborah RidleyCommissioned by National Park City Foundation for the London Design Festival 2020 What, When, How and Where Available from Friday 18 SeptemberAccessible 24/7 with own phone and headset via https://www.thereproject.orgRecommended starting point: Islington Tunnel, London N1 8AP

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Islington Citizens Assembly

100-strong People’s Assembly and plans for 25 National Park Cities by 2025 to mark 1st anniversary of London National Park City

One year on from London becoming the world’s first National Park City on 22 July 2019 [1] we are forming a London National Park City Assembly. To inspire and attract applicants we’re showcasing 100 Voices over three nights, sharing people’s tales of how they’re making our capital better for all. The online presentations will run

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Black Lives Matter

National Park City Foundation – Black Lives Matter

Our work as a social and health movement is about improving urban city life for everyone.  The evidence is that urban decay and poor city environments blight lives, and that disadvantaged people are affected the most, for example by breathing polluted air, poor access to quality green space, and often lacking the choices, means, support

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Volunteer Share

National Park City Rangers come together to help make London greener, healthier and wilder

London National Park City has launched their new Ranger Community with 54 volunteers, as they joined together online to launch the first of its kind programme in the world.  Counting artists, rewilders, urbanists, activists, athletes and teachers amongst their ranks, a diverse and passionate group of Londoners are collaborating to explore solutions for some of

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