• Country/City
    Paris, France
  • Topics
    Nature-based Solutions, Green Infrastructure, Greening Cities, Urbanscaping, Landscaping, Biodiversity
  • Published On

    May 16, 2024

  • Author(s)

    The GPSC

This report, as part of the Compendium for City Good Practice series, highlights Paris's innovative approach to climate resilience through the strategic integration of nature into urban environments. It offers a comprehensive overview of Paris's strategy on urban nature, showcasing how the city is integrating biodiversity into planning, leveraging green spaces, biodiversity corridors, and sustainable landscaping to mitigate the impacts of climate change. The report serves as a valuable resource for cities worldwide seeking to emulate Paris's successful model of nature-driven urban planning.
The GPSC, together with the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), ICLEI, C40, World Resources Institute, and other partners, launched the Urban Nature Program at UNFCCC CoP 28 in 2023. The program aims to scale up financing to support cities and sub-national governments in implementing the Global Biodiversity Framework. Paris is one of the Urban Nature Program Lighthouse Cities.

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