Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Population: 300,000


Located along the Someș river, Cluj-Napoca is Romania’s second largest city.  It has a strong university tradition, as well as industrial heritage, and strong urban development ambitions.

 Cluj-Napoca's nature-based solutions:


Cluj-Napoca has plans to introduce green walls-, roofs and accessible corridors to improve access to nature in the city. The city aims to introduce community-based urban farms and gardens and local environmental compensation processes.



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