World Parks Week Supporters

Heading into another year of celebrating World Parks Week, we are excited to invite you as a supporter in spreading awareness of this unique, international event. This year, we want to encourage everyone to think #Hyperlocal, which is the theme for World Parks Week 2021. Explore how people, parks, and cities are discovering their own neighourhoods and communities or submit your own to share with others!

With COVID-19 remaining a reality for many across the globe, our theme for World Parks Week extends from last year’s #NatureNeverCloses theme by encouraging people to think about what their local neighborhoods/communities have to offer and what these local spaces mean to them. Trending recently is rapid adoption and extension of the 10 /20 /30 Minute Neighborhood concept - all people having access to a nearby park and their basic needs within a 10- minute safe and accessible walk or ride, and incorporating these into existing and forthcoming new cities and communities globally by 2030. Thinking #Hyperlocal helps us to build deeper connections with our communities in a time where connection is paramount!

Being mindful of the current restrictions in each community, we are challenging people to get creative and consider the ways in which they can engage in #Hyperlocal thinking. For instance, activities can be as little as reading a book or as exciting as visiting a nearby park! We want to ensure that people can engage with parks regardless of being indoors or outdoors. Furthermore, thinking about and engaging in #Hyperlocal spaces and activities can help in addressing individual and community health, urban nature, equity, accessibility, climate resiliency, and much more.

Over the course of one week, the goal for World Parks Week 2021 is to promote and share various related activities, initiatives, stories and advice on how people across the globe can engage in #Hyperlocal thinking. World Urban Parks intends to distribute information via various virtual platforms including social media, WUP website, and webinars while simultaneously providing additional resources such as blogs and advocacy resources from supporters and ambassadors of World Parks Week.







ANPR Mexico | Cannon Hill People's Park Birmingham | Cannon Hill Park Friends | City of Leon | Fideicomiso Pro Bosque de Chapultepe | Irish Landscape Institute | Keep Friendswood Beautiful | Métropole de Lyon | Mosaic Insights | Nature Play QLD | Nihon Taiikushisetu Co, Ltd. | SoGreen | Philippine Parks & Biodiversity| Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy | Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council | Terre des Hommes Germany | Town of Lincoln |  WWF Sweden