The development and enhancement of nature areas in cities is a response to the challenges of climate change. Beyond its heritage aspect (biodiversity, landscape), nature brings many benefits to urban areas.
Thus, the Nature for City LIFE project invites elected officials to move to nature in the city with the Nature for City Life training program run by the Regional Agency for Biodiversity and the Environment [ARBE].
Indeed, the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Region, leader of this project, has set up with the Regional Agency for Biodiversity and the Environment [ARBE] 4 free training modules for elected officials at the municipal, metropolitan, departmental and regional levels of the three metropolitan territories of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (Aix Marseille Provence, Toulon Provence Méditerranée and Nice Côte d'Azur).
These four training modules allow participants to discover the levers offered by nature in the city: preservation of biodiversity, urban cooling, rainwater management, health and well-being, sustainable food, etc., in order to meet the challenges of climate change in the South.
This offer will always be available within the framework of the After LIFE Plan.
You will also find attached two new training reports to inspire you with feedback on nature in the city, the entirety of which can be consulted on the NFCL website in the Actions / C3.2 Theoretical training for elected officials section