RECNET in the 2021 NATURA AHM| TNOC Festival
TNOC Festival, a virtual event taking place from 22-26 February 2021, spans 5 days with programming across all regional time zones, providing multiple languages, and offering local and global scales, pretending to outreach a much broader perspective and participation than any one physical meeting in any one city could ever have achieved.
The sessions leaded by RECNET are listed for further information:
Monday, February 22
Hear from 4 of NATURA's Thematic Working Groups (Urban Nature, Design for Justice, Urban Informality, and Global to Local) on who their groups are, what they are working on, and key goals and outcomes in a dialogue format! After these groups briefly go over who they are, there will be a period of discussion based on 3 core questions. Panel: Thomas Elmqvist (Urban Nature TWG), Chingwen Cheng (Design for Justice TWG), Duván Hernán López (Urban Informality TWG), Sabrina Drill/ Jennifer Rae Pierce (Global to Local)
Reimagining the binational border: Tijuana River watershed / 2:45PM - 4:15PM EST
5 speakers will present a perspective of urban informality in the border city of Tijuana Baja California, Mexico, and thier experiences and challenges in order to visualize possible articulations for the application of NBS as a response to social innovation and resilience.
A panel of international practitioners on NBS will provide a global perspective on urban informality using the city of Bogota, Colombia, as a stepping stone for discussion about how different cities around the world address the intersection of urban development and informal dynamics, tracing parallels or differences
A review of the session and some insights moving forward is available. Click in the slide below!
Taking advantage of demands and capacities from population and crossing them with institutional potential services, to build up a common territorial communitarian/institutional development agenda. Institutional capacities where enhanced to operate the projects and the offer of services required by the community and the recuperation process; communities where fostered to get organized and then promoted to be entrepreneurship for the recuperation process. Check the presentation!. Click in the slide below!