Here are the projects we will be working with over the next 18 months on our Rethinking Parks programme.
- Nesta and Bloomberg Philanthropies have launched i-teams, new research exploring in-depth twenty innovation teams and funds from around the world. Alongside the report, we have launched theiteams.org, a living map to capture developments in a rapidly evolving field. Our aim is to create a network of global government innovators, helping city, regional and national governments learn from the most cutting-edge thinking, techniques and approaches for supporting innovation. We’d love you to get involved.
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