We focus the topic with a GLOCAL strategy, a GLOBAL view (planet and living architecture) and LOCAL action (project and people). The urbanization process is increasing in the last decades, and 70% of human population is living in cities. The actual urban model is not sustainable due to socioeconomic, environmental, and health problems among others. We have to look for multiple Solutions Based in Nature. The best approach is to rely on urban green infrastructures with multifunctional dimensions. Green infrastructures improve the city environment with higher air quality and humidity; reduce acoustic pollution, heat island effects, carbon and energy footprints; and improve local food supply, biodiversity, new business and employment opportunities, and recreation areas for human relations. To reach these goals, we need multidisciplinary groups of experts (architects, agronomists, sociologists, and others) to coordinate public and private actions with an efficient and sustainable horizon.
We present several case studies in our video related to innovation in green infrastructures and examples of multidisciplinary workshops.