The application of nature-based solutions (NbS) are viewed in CLEVER Cities as being a catalyst for social inclusivity in urban regeneration strategies, enabled through civic participation in the co-creation of green interventions with respect to social cohesion and wellbeing. Focusing on the partner city of Milan, the project developed a social monitoring framework to:
More details on the framework and the wind-rose multi-model (shown below) can be explored in the full article.
The wind-rose multi-model graphically represents the co-benefits of NbS in Milan and enable us to evaluate indicators for NbS concerning their importance for citizens. From the core to the periphery, the three key regeneration challenges for NbS are linked to their macro and micro indicators.