Biophilic Cities

Founding Year: 2013



Biophilic Cities (2013; Univ. of Virginia; 9 staff;

A  program with the vision to connect “Cities and Nature.” They “partner with cities, scholars and advocates from across the globe to build an understanding of the value and contribution of nature in cities to the lives of urban residents.” They facilitate “a global network of partner cities working collectively to pursue the vision of a natureful city within their unique and diverse environments and cultures.” Organizes the Biophilic Cities Summit



Leadership: Tim Beatley (Founder, Executive Director)

Biophilic Cities contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

  Organization Type

  Geographic Foci


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