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Official World Urban Parks Podcast

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Official World Urban Parks Podcast

    Get ready for season 3!

    Get ready for season 3!

    Podparks is taking a break!
    As the year closes, we are taking a short hiatus to reimagine what we want season 3 to become. Become a part of this co-creation process by sending us an email at research@worldurbanparks.org with any comments or suggestions for our season.
    Don't stop exploring the parks world by listening to previous episode you might have missed, discovering new parks project and interacting with fellow park enthusiasts around you. Tune in to our social media platforms for updates on the podcast!
    This podcast is only one of the many resources available inside the WUP member platform. Discover more resources and connect with park professionals around the world at www.worldurbanparks.org​​

    • 1m
    30. Live at Joint International Congress 2023 with Professor Chris Daniels

    30. Live at Joint International Congress 2023 with Professor Chris Daniels

    This week on Podparks, we are recording live from Adelaide Australia, where we’re currently holding our Global Parks Congress in collaboration with Parks and Leisure Australia and Green Adelaide. We’ve had a great conference week with insightful conversations, technical tours and many reflections about the past, present and future of our communities and cities.

    • 36 min
    29. Transformative Citymaking with Jorge Perez Jaramillo

    29. Transformative Citymaking with Jorge Perez Jaramillo

    Can urban jungles transform to become sustainable, green and equitable cities? This week on Podparks, we explore transformative citymaking with Jorge Perez Jaramillo, Advisor to the government of Antioquia, from Medellin, Colombia. Medellin has been an example for urban metamorphosis, developing solutions for the city’s growing urban populations that integrate mobility, environmental protection and community engagement. 

    • 32 min
    28. Green Flag Award

    28. Green Flag Award

    This week on Podparks, we are exploring the growing niche of park awards and certifications, what they even mean, how they work, and what their implications are for parks pursuing them around the world. Park standards and certifications allow parks to maintain a certain level of quality and ensure that different aspects of park experiences are taken into account in strategic investments and management plans.

    • 30 min
    27. People for parks, cities for parks, with Mayu Ferrufino

    27. People for parks, cities for parks, with Mayu Ferrufino

    We have another podparks episode!
    Here's a sneak peek to the episode notes, you can access the complete notes and resources at https://worldurbanparks.org/blog/
    How can we learn from other park professionals while we push to create greener, more habitable cities? This week on Podparks, we’re discussing collaborative park making, and park professionalizations and certificates with Mayu Ferrufino,  Director of Cuscatlan Park Foundation, from San Salvador, El Salvador. Mayu has had lifelong positive experiences with parks, which led her to the Latin American parks world and to direct Parque Cuscatlán, one of El Salvador’s largest parks. In this role, she has undergone plenty of professional development courses and park manager certifications, which have given her the knowledge and tools to better advocate for parks at a local and regional level. Mayu and Alice discuss the nuances of park management learning, and the need to consider both universal approaches to park management as well as culturally relevant perspectives and experiences that tap into regional park management issues.
    If you want to read the complete notes for this episode check our blog section on our website. This podcast is only one of the many resources available inside the WUP member platform. Discover more resources and connect with park professionals around the world at www.worldurbanparks.org​​

    • 23 min
    26. Regenerating coastal environments

    26. Regenerating coastal environments

    Welcome back to podparks!
    Here's a sneak peek to the episode notes, you can access the complete notes and resources at https://worldurbanparks.org/blog/
    Have you ever thought about coastal environments as parks? When we think about public green, our mind sometimes goes directly towards a traditional, green park or urban forest, but beaches and wetlands and other forms of waterways are just as important. Today we are discussing coastal environments, why they’re incredibly important for our park systems and how park professionals from around the world are going about their management. We are joined by AP Diaz, Superintendent of Seattle Parks and Recreation, and Brenton Grear, Director of Green Adelaide.
    If you want to read the complete notes for this episode check our blog section on our website. This podcast is only one of the many resources available inside the WUP member platform. Discover more resources and connect with park professionals around the world at www.worldurbanparks.org​​

    • 21 min

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I found this podcast through a friend and omg! This third episode was a vibe. I can’t wait to see what they do next!!!!

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