Palma to present their BiodiverCities case study at a seminar on reconnecting cities with nature

The Spanish Forum for Reconnection with Nature (FORN) organises onThursday 17 December 2020 at 18.00 a meeting that addresses the need for urban spaces to reconnect with the natural space.

In Spain, almost 80% of the inhabitants are concentrated in urban areas. Most of the population lives in environments dominated by asphalt and concrete and away from nature. Therefore, it is urgent to conserve biodiversity where people live and work so while contributing to sustainable urban development. The forum will illustrate success stories of Spanish cities that are promoting this connection.

The Palma BiodiverCities team will present as well. They will present the BiodiverCities project and illustrate the Palma case study.

Registration to the meeting (in Spanish) is free on this link.