Green City News

How far do people actually travel to visit urban green spaces?

This study across three European cities identified the actual distance people regularly travelled to visit an urban green space. Understanding…

The Year in Review: AIPH Advancing the Global Green City Agenda in 2022

December is always a time to reflect on the year that was in preparation for what is to come. 2022…

AIPH and GYBN Partner to Launch Youth Award for the AIPH World Green City Awards 2024

A new Youth Award for the 2024 edition of the AIPH World Green City Awards was proudly announced by the…

Tree-planting in cities – it’s about more than nature

Hyderabad’s award-winning greening initiative serves as an inspiration for cities around the world to utilise the power of plants to…

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#BiodiverCities Gear Up to Showcase Action at a Dedicated Summit and Pavilion at COP 15

The second part of the 15th UN Conference of the Parties (COP-15) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) will…

Adaptive Design – Webinar Examines Use of Plants in Challenging Climates

Design and plant selection in challenging climates was the focus of the second AIPH Green City Briefing, organised by the…

Opportunities to increase native plants in gardens

Native plants in private gardens can be an important resource for urban native wildlife, and increase species diversity. Additionally, the…

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AIPH Announces Winning Cities for the AIPH World Green City Awards 2022

AIPH is proud to announce the Winners of the AIPH World Green City Awards 2022. The announcement of the 6…

Urban biodiversity significantly enhanced by small habitat patches

Research from the Wildlife Institute of India has established the importance of small urban green spaces for biodiversity. High quality…

A new series of free Green City Briefings from AIPH feature the world’s leading cities

AIPH is proud to launch the second series of Green City Briefings, featuring world leading cities that demonstrate the power…

AIPH Launches Global Green City Forum

New modes of conferences and meetings have changed the way that professionals network. The AIPH Global Green City Forum delivers…

Cultural ecosystem services pathway to human wellbeing

New and novel research is ever adding to our understanding of the benefits of human’s relationship with nature. There is…