What we do Greenspaces and... Climate resilience Connecting Nature Connecting Nature - developing nature-based solutions greenspace scotland is a partner of Connecting Nature, working closely with Glasgow City Council. Connecting Nature is a €12m five-year project funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Innovation Action Programme. With 29 project partners from industry, local authorities, local communities, NGOs and research in 16 countries, the aim by project end is to position Europe as a global leader in the innovation and implementation of nature-based solutions. In Scotland, the focus is on Glasgow. Connecting Nature Innovation Summit - 23-25 March 2021 Over three days in March the Innovation Summit will bring together an international audience to explore how we shift to sustainable, greener cities that deliver for their citizens using nature-based solutions. It will share the learning from the community of cities involved in Connecting Nature and introduce the innovative tools and methods being developed through the project. Co-hosted by greenspace scotland and Glasgow City Council the full Connecting Nature Innovation Summit registration is open. Register NowConnecting Nature is co-ordinated by Trinity College Dublin, the partnership is working with 10 European cities who are investing in the large-scale implementation of nature–based projects in urban settings. You can read more and follow developments on the Connecting Nature website and follow @ConnectingNBS on twitter. For more information contact Emma Halliday email Park Power Head over to Greenspaces and...energy for more information about ParkPower.