World Urban Parks communicates on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
World Urban Parks LinkedIn Group Network
For starting and contributing to conversations on urban parks, open space and recreation issues World Urban Parks maintains the World Urban Parks (WUP) site on LinkedIn.
The site is open to any related professionals. As at 1 March 2017 there were 540 site members and growing.
topics have included:
- Habitat III Conference Who was there?
- WUP Distinguished Individual Awards
- Keynote - Future of Parks, Japan
- Design Legacy Discussion
- Health and Nature
- The Value of Urban Parks and Open Spaces
- Be a friend of the Greater London National Park campaign (featured below)
Daniel Raven-Ellison Our campaign to make London a National Park City is building...
A key advantage of being a member of World Urban Parks is interaction with colleagues around the world. This can be through conferences, technical tours, committees and other formal activity. But members can regularly contact each other directly to get together, ask advice, seek a research partner, find people experiencing similar issues or who have that policy they are looking for, find people who might like to form an informal working group, undertake a staff exchange etc. A contact list of members is circulated to all members and will be maintained on the website in a members-only area.