Pupils have helped transform a neglected corner of their school grounds at Barking Riverside into a thriving garden for food and wildlife
Green Living Room comes to life as a platform for street theatre performers.
Convincing a crowd that there are meaningful and effective ways to involve communities in planning processes.
TURAS team at the Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning, Belgrade.
Gerrit Knaap in Sophia - "In a recent visit to Sofia, Bulgaria, I had the pleasure to meet with Aleksandar Slaev, ..."
After a ‘holiday’ in Devon, 40 water voles were returned to their home next to the Thames in East London’s Barking Riverside.
Lord Mayor of Dublin Críona Ní Dhálaigh presided over the sod-turning on the new Weaver park in the Liberties, Dublin 8, (24th June, 2016.)
Reaching out to policy makers is essential if we want our research to cause a real life impact
Spotlight on urban resilience and planning in Rio de Janeiro – host of the World Planning Schools Congress (WPSC) and the Olympics in 2016
Prof. Zorica Nedović Budić
How can municipalities increase public support for green adaptation measures?
Strawberries from our Mobile Green Living Room were much appreciated at the Resilient Cities Conference in Bonn.
There’s a whole lot of gorgeous plants packed into one Living Room, coming to a city near you.
Urban sprawl is “sweet” open spaces, lush landscapes. Well, this option should be available to everyone, if they fairly pay for consuming!
The TURAS ComPass solution identifies a 9 step process in building successful community projects from idea to execution…
Bridgefoot Park: a student perspective on community planning in action
TURAS exhibition stand playing the Sustainable revitalization game at the conference "Circular Economy in practice" in Brussels - 12/05/2016
Patrick Van Den Abeele
Dublin City Council leading in Small Steps in Green Infrastructure.
The TURAS Green Living Room helps bring climate change to life for students in Germany
Osmos engaging experts and stakeholders in workshop aims to bring a more “systemic” reading of the project site.
Osmos, from TURAS, uses a new multi-dimensional approach to build consensus on the regeneration of the Crown Barracks in Brussels.
Dr. Marcus Collier puts light on the Anthropocene, through valuing novel ecosystems.
TURAS partner Helix Pflanzensysteme GmbH and Verband Region Stuttgart have won 2nd in the EUGIC 2015 Award for Green Living Room project.
What are the connections between the meeting requirements of the Paris climate action agreement and TURAS solutions?
TURAS biosolar research contributes to green roof ecology special edition.
TURAS analyses ways to embed social and environmental equity into urban resilience and sustainability strategies.
Marthe Derkzen (WP4) brought TURAS to India with a photo exhibition on urban lakes and people’s resilience to local environmental change.
TURAS brings its #turasGI green infrastructure monitoring expertise to support the @GroundworkLON housing estate retrofit in @LBHF
Meadows Community Focus Event and an Introduction to the Community Geo timeline!
Multifunctional Green Noise Barrier pilot project in Sachsenheim. Daily carbon mitigation data available.
TURAS "nature based strategies" in London and Ludwigsburg, demonstrate multi benefits in urban climate action.
Inspired social innovation workshop and presentation with Ballymun community.
TURAS dynamic presentations among a day of city resilience presentations hosted in an regenerating Grangegorman Campus.
Planning Experts discuss green solutions for adaption to climate change
Twitter as a tool for increasing collaboration in green infrastructure research.
UoN SENSIBLE + TURAS Public Talk at Em-Power Nottingham
Reusing Dublin walking tour during on Open House Week 2015
TURAS partners surprised to bump into each other in an unplanned visit to the Picasso museum in Malaga following the close of the TURAS AGM
Integrated water and flood risk management strategies and to search for realistic action measures.
Can good come from bad when it comes to human impact on the environment?
Connect the Dots bring activists and experts together again in an excellent informal atmosphere to reimagine underused space in the city.
After four years working together, on 7th Oct in Malaga, local authorities from across Europe present the first emerging results...
Second event from ReusingDublin team, the Re"Walking" tour Dublin explores underused spaces in the north side of the city centre.
Hundreds of local residents gathered to enjoy the spectacle, learn circus skills in this new area London Borough of Barking and Dagenham.
The Meadows community signs up for being part of the community energy scheme
TURAS community engagement activity attracts the attention of young and older in Pelletstown.
TURAS Integrated Transition Strategies to be tested in Nottingham
The TURAS team is exploring ways of closing the food loop in Nottingham
New European Horizon 2020 grant will help develop a smart energy community at the Meadows
Phase 1 of the Trent Basin development by Blueprint starts on site with 160 low-energy homes
The TURAS outcomes about the Green Infrastructure at ASITA Conference 2015
A demonstration of community coproduction and cocreation with a successful outcome…
Welcoming atmosphere attracts passers-by to take a relaxing rest and enjoy this vertical garden
Our Reusing Dublin team on our Re"cycling" Dublin event.
Irish Government to introduce vacant sites levy to encourage housing and urban regeneration
The first call for ideas for the rolling programme Open Poplar has now been closed, the phase of reviewing what proposals have been received
Team is researching the benefits, opportunities, risks and challenges of vertical farming / urban agriculture
Nottingham City Council has announced its purchase of a stake in Blueprint, our TURAS partner Nottingham based developers
An observation site, to investigate if social resilience building can spread.
On March 5th 2015 we attend two stylistically different conferences/workshops on a common theme: Community-led placemaking endeavors.
TURAS at Urban Ecologies 2015 at OCAD University, Toronto, and a vision of a future city by the City of Toronto Director of Urban Design.