Actions in public spaces should be collective endeavors, guided by a collaborative process involving learning, design, and management. Urban interventions must address the challenges posed by climate change and urban regeneration, necessitating the integration of knowledge and practices from municipal technicians, the scientific community, and the local community. This inclusive approach fosters networks among individuals, associations, companies, non-profit organizations, and public and private institutions within the local context. But how to put the theory into action?
This methodological framework provides valuable insights for co-creating nature-based solutions (NbS) and serves as a practical guide for establishing and managing the co-creation process, incorporating mechanisms of social innovation to implement socially inclusive NbS in the city of Madrid. We invite you to delve into the full document and discover fascinating practical insights from Madrid’s experiences in co-creating NbS for urban regeneration. Within the document, you will find detailed information about the ‘Del Río a Pradolongo’ project, which endeavors to comprehensively transform a neglected public space into a climate-resilient and habitable itinerary.
Public presentation of CLEVER CITIES project in Madr. Sept. 2019. MATADERO MADRID.
Work table of municipal departments. CLEVER Cities Project ‘Del río a Pradolongo’. Ayuntamiento de Madrid.
Neighborhood workshop at Usera District. CLEVER Cities Project ‘Del Río a Pardolongo’. Ayuntamiento de Madrid.