This section brings together the key beneficial elements of walkable cities and natural urban infrastructure; and highlights through articles, guides and case studies from around the world, how walking infrastructure and urban greenery can reinforce each other to create more sustainable urban streets and places
A review of the research, evidence and case studies that evidence how urban natural infrastructure improves the walkability of cities
A review of the benefits of green corridors for both walking and natural infrastructure in cities, existing case studies and why they should form part of any sustainable city
Highlighting best practice examples in Mexican Cities where urban green infrastructure promotes walking and interaction with nature
Article showcasing the impact of Malang’s urban green space strategy and that in some environments pedestrians prioritise shade over safety
Highlighting the the cities found in the Malaysia and Brunei that have created walking networks along urban river corridors.
Discovering how the Asian Island state has created a green walking network like no other in the world; and what other cities can learn.
At The Nature of Cities Festival 2021 Richard Lambert, founder of Natural Walking Cities, gave a short presentation on how urban green infrastructure enhances walkability.
In September 2021 Richard Lambert, the founder of Natural Walking Cities, wrote a commentary piece that was featured in FuturArc: The voice of green architecture in Asia-Pacific in their 3rd Quarter 2021 edition.