This Nature-based Play publication (Candiracci, Sara et al, 2022) explores the important relationship between play, nature and climate resilience, considering the perspectives of leading urban development, early childhood, play and nature-based solutions experts. This is followed by case studies from cities around the world that demonstrate how local governments, business and communities have incorporated nature-based play into their urban environments – through parks and woodlands, neglected buildings and school yards.

The publication discusses the relationship between cities and the natural landscape. It notes that although urban development is putting biodiversity at risk, investing in urban nature and integrating nature-based infrastructure in the built environment can result in significant economic and social value. This can help address the climate crisis and biodiversity loss.

Find out more and download the full publication here.

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