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CONSTRUCTION HAS STARTED AT THE WINNING MY PARK RULES SCHOOL!

12 April 2017

The winning My Park Rules park design from Marrickville Public School began construction on Monday 10 April.

 

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100 RESILIENT CITIES WORKING GROUP

3 April 2017

Over the last year, the 202020 Vision has been an integral part of The Rockefeller Foundation's 100 Resilient Cities program.

 

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ENGINEERING LIVEABLE CITIES WORKSHOP

3 April 2017

Earlier this week we held an Engineering Liveable Cities Workshop with key experts from the engineering sector to inform our How to Speak Engineer project.

 

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THE 202020 VISION IN ACTION - A CASE STUDY

3 April 2017

A family owned and operated horticultural business, Benara Nurseries specialises in the growing and supplying of wholesale native and exotic plants to the landscape and retail nursery industry.

 

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HOW TO GET PEOPLE THERE PARTNERSHIP

3 April 2017

We have partnered with Time Out to activate and disseminate our How to Get People There guide. The national platform will launch the content next month and will encourage readers to spend time outdoors in the parks we love.

 

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CAUL Hub Annual Meeting

28 February 2017

Last week representatives from the 202020 Vision were invited to attended the annual meeting of the Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub (CAUL Hub).

 

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Australia's first metropolitan urban forest strategy

28 February 2017

100 Resilient Cities - Pioneered by the Rockerfeller Foundation (100RC) has confirmed their Melbourne metropolitan urban forest strategy in partnership with The Nature Conservancy - an Australian first.

 

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Government relations - Meeting with advisors

28 February 2017

Raising awareness of 202020 Vision and the need for more and better green space amongst Australian federal ministers is a priority target for the program.

 

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Where Should All The Trees Go? Research is Underway

31 January 2017

This year we are working with RMIT to deliver "Where Should All The Trees Go", an updated report to see how Australia's canopy coverage is tracking.

 

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