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Project Site: https://gogreenroutes.eu/

GOGREEN ROUTES: GO GREEN Resilient Optimal Urban natural, Technological and Environmental Solutions
About the Project

GoGreenRoutes is a four year €10.5m EU-funded project, coordinated at Maynooth University, sowing the seeds for increased nature-connectedness across Europe, Latin America and China. Its multidisciplinary consortium of 40 organisations is pairing participatory approaches and citizen science with Big Data analyses and digital innovation to co-create "Urban Well-being Labs" in six “Cultivating Cities”: Burgas (Bulgaria), Lahti (Finland), Limerick (Ireland), Tallinn (Estonia), Umeå (Sweden) and Versailles (France).
These pioneering cities are implementing “nature-based solutions” such as green corridors, linear parks, pocket parks and shared walkways to enhance the physical and mental health of their urban residents. By maximizing the available public space people can move around the city more actively, enjoy their free time and interact with others, whilst there is also room for restoring ecologically valuable spaces

ALL members involved in this project

Tadhg MacIntyre
PhD researcher Cassie Murphy (Dept. of Psychology)
PhD researcher María José Fernández De Ossó Fuentes (School of Business)
Brendan Keegan
Kalyn Potter - Project Manager


Research project funded by the European Union under H2020 under Grant agreement ID: 869764.

Logo:  Funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union