Green City News

City of London’s climate resilient planting is the focus of September’s AIPH Green City Briefing

More and more cities are recognising and utilising the power of plants in urban climate change adaptation and mitigation measures.…

AIPH & IFLA Partner for a Greener, Healthier, and More Resilient Urban Future

The signing of a partnership agreement between the International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) and the International Federation of Landscape…

Conference to highlight the importance of the horticultural industry in city greening initiatives 

The ornamental horticulture industry makes a significant contribution to city greening initiatives. This is the theme of the AIPH Green…

Tickets now available for AIPH’s milestone 75th Annual Congress

Tickets are now available for the International Association of Horticultural Producer (AIPH)’s 75th Annual Congress, which will be held from…

AIPH & IUCN Announce a Global Partnership for the AIPH World Green City Awards and Beyond

The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) is proud to welcome IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) to the…

Utrecht showcases urban greening initiative

Urban parks provide many benefits to cities that are facing growing populations and climate change, including improving the health of…

AIPH to address environmental footprinting and sustainability at 75th Annual Congress in Suncheon, Republic of Korea

The 75th AIPH Annual Congress, a milestone event for the organisation, will be held in Suncheon, Republic of Korea, from…

Mashhad reverses environmental impact by transforming highway to ‘green belt’

Responding to urban growth and development is a challenge for cities around the world. Over time, green spaces have become…

Mashhad's Green Belt

AIPH webinar to focus on integrating plants into urban projects

The ninth in this series of AIPH Green City Briefings will focus on how integrating plants and green spaces into…

AIPH Partners with CDP for Greener & more Climate Resilient Cities

The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) is proud to welcome CDP to the prestigious network of partners for the…

Urban biodiversity and carbon sinks – do they overlap?

Governments across the world are looking at ways to reduce their carbon emissions, with some countries aspiring to achieve net…

Children playing in a schoolyard in Paris

Schoolyards can help cities adapt to climate change and educate children on the power of plants

Vibrant, green schoolyards not only address climate change issues, they can also prepare children for a nature-filled future. Organised by…