Sustainability Planning for Large Urban Parks: Case Study Parque Del Agua, Zaragoza-Spain
Parque del Agua was established in Zaragoza, Spain as part of the 2008 Water and Sustainable Development International Expo. Built on 140 hectares of unused, abandoned cropland and bordered by canals, Parque del Agua is one of the largest parks in Spain and attracts visitors from all over the world. The park boasts a number of recreational opportunities, incorporates green infrastructure design, and has received international awards for sustainable park system management. During this webinar, Alberto Ipas, CEO of Parque del Agua, will share green infrastructure deigns principles for large urban parks as well as the management best practices that not only brought Parque del Agua to life but will also help to maintain it for many generations to come.
After attending this webinar participants should be able to:
- Describe green infrastructure design principles that help large urban parks function in a medium sized city
- Identify envionrmental management best practices agencies use to operate large urban parks on a budget
- Describe the different ways agencies collaborate with private and public partners to manage urban green spaces
- Describe a holistic management approach for large urban parks
This professional development webinar series brought to you by World Parks Academy & World Urban Parks
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