Planning and implementing nature-based solutions
Before planning and designing nature-based solutions, it is essential to understand their local context . To do so, proGIreg cities have each developed a spatial analysis of their Living Labs and regeneration areas, following the proGIreg methodology and guidelines. Each spatial analysis covers the topics of socio-cultural inclusiveness, human health and wellbeing, ecological and environmental restoration, and the economic and labour market situation. The analyses help to establish the baselines for the impact assessment (see monitoring & assessment).
Spatial analysis methodology (D2.1)
This deliverable presents the methodology, guidelines and a toolkit for developing the spatial analyses in the front-runner and follower cities.
Spatial analysis in front-runner and follower cities (D2.2)
This situation analysis report, based on the methodology developed in D 2.1, presents the baseline situation in front-runner and follower cities.
Co-design in front-runner cities
Co-design within proGIreg is about the systematic involvement of all relevant stakeholders from the very start of the project. The aim of co-design is to achieve mutually valued outcomes and joint ownership of the nature-based solutions.
Three rounds of workshops have taken place in the front-runner cities to establish the co-design process and bring together relevant stakeholders to engage them in the local co-design process. The proGIreg team will use the experiences of co-designing from the project to create Co-design guidelines for implementing nature-based solutions in cities.
Co-designing NBS (D2.3)
This report summarizes key outcomes of the first round of co-design workshops, held in Dortmund, Turin and Zagreb (end 2018).
Co-designing NBS - round two (D2.4)
This report summarizes key outcomes of the second round of co-design workshops (mid 2019). The goal was to clarify the links between innovation and transformation as well as to explore key technical and social innovations in the front-runner cities.
Co-designing NBS - round three (D2.5)
This report summarizes key outcomes of the final round of co-design workshops (end 2019). The focus was on stakeholder engagement, in particular with marginalised groups, and on facilitating a smooth transition from design to implementation phases.
Roadmaps in follower cities
Follower cities will build on the evidence and knowledge base generated in the front-runner cities, to develop their own local urban plans for replicating and adapting nature-based solutions to suit their local settings.
Implementing nature-based solutions
The proGIreg team is developing a common methodology for implementing nature-based solutions. Front-runner cities will create locally-integrated implementation plans for the Living Labs following this common methodology.
Monitoring reports will reflect and update the status of the implementation, including challenges faced.