Exploring natural solutions to urban challenges with Pascal Mittermaier of The Nature Conservancy @pascalmitter
Learning from local partners who are investigating natural solutions to improve human neighborhoods while protecting wildlife habitat. Photo by Rolla Salem
LOUISVILLE, KY, USA
Community volunteers plant a street tree in Louisville, to help address poor air quality and extreme summer heat, which impact local residents’ health. Photo by Devan King.
BOSTON, MA, USA
The MA Nature Conservancy team marching in the 2018 Pride Parade in my hometown of Boston.
Bike shares have taken over China’s biggest city.
MONTREAL, QC, CANADA
Some of my team members, promoting natural solutions at the ICLEI World Congress in Quebec, May 2018.
A green roof in one of China’s fastest growing megcities is designed to manage more than half of all the rainwater that lands in this dense urban neighborhood.
Nature helps promote peace at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe . Photo by Katie Crossman.
WASHINGTON, DC, USA
Students and their families help build a garden at Seaton Elementary, as part of the Nature Works Everywhere program.
Runners enjoy the healthy air along the Charles River in my hometown. This is also the cover of our Planting Healthy Air report on the return on investment from urban trees. Photo by iStock.