Urbinsight connects communities with web-based mapping tools designed to explore and measure holistic urban health.
A forum for in-depth exploration of particular themes in relation to building cities in balance with nature.
A knowledge portal on sustainable urbanism featuring articles and columns by ecocity experts and enthusiasts.
Berkeley’s re-envisioned Center Street features deep green technologies and thoughtful community place-making strategies. The community plan for the pedestrian plaza was endorsed by the City Council and final technical studies and design work are underway with the City.
Next Generation Participatory Mapping and Analysis
Urbinsight is a next-generation data analysis platform designed for participatory mapping and planning processes. Its goal is to provide engaged cities and citizens with the necessary tools and technology to affect the resiliency and sustainability of their cities and settlements in a positive way.
Speaking of Can Dirt Save the Earth @nytimes, here's a great article by @ecomuse @TNatureOfCities about how to create the kind of #soil that will help regenerate the earth's natural systems. #carbonfootprint #compost #sanfrancisco #zerowaste #climatechange https://t.co/CAo4RwHR9Q— Ecocity Builders (@EcocityBuilder) April 18, 2018
Great to see #CircularEconomy concepts enshrined in #EU legislation. The challenge will be to put the mandate into practice, but with the right framework in place it is one that all #WholeSystems & #UrbanMetabolism thinkers should be excited for. https://t.co/8IZQkUMgr3— Ecocity Builders (@EcocityBuilder) April 18, 2018
Barcelona aims to give the streets back to their residents by creating super-blocks. The city aims to free up nearly 60% of streets currently used by cars and turn them into “citizen spaces” for leisure, culture, community and greening purposes. #healthystreets pic.twitter.com/ELOXPf9ErW— C40 Cities (@c40cities) April 15, 2018