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Sunday August 10 2008
02:30 AM

Green and Blue walk: eco threads for Dublin city

category dublin | environment | event notice author Saturday August 09, 2008 16:11author by dunk - Dublin ECG (eco city group)author email fuspey at yahoo dot co dot uk Report this post to the editors

in connection with Dublin's Metamorphosis

2.30 meet at CHQ (previously called Stack A) in Dublins Docklands, walk along a proposed urban greenway for Dublin city, along the Royal Canal, Botanic Gardens, visit urban food production zones, mountjoy linear park, Blessington basin, city green zones, finishing in Dublin Castle 7pm.

This is an EASA event and is open to all the public, we will walk and talk, imagine what Dublin as an eco city might look like and think about strategies to turn these BOLD eco ideas into tomorrows realities...
Bring decent walking boots, raingear and food to share.
Green and Blue walk: Dublin's Metamorphosis... "Botanic Spine": Urban greenway and CPUL
Green and Blue walk: Dublin's Metamorphosis... "Botanic Spine": Urban greenway and CPUL

The Botanic Spine is an architectural project for Dublin city in Ireland. The proposal is for an 18-kilometre ecological corridor, or greenway, for Dublin city, which is to be called the "botanic spine". The spine is a circular loop through the city that links up the river Liffey, the royal and grand canals, the botanic gardens and Europe's largest city park, the phoenix park. The spine is a "pearl necklace" type of park with the narrow line of the canal and the green space along its edges threading through a series of pocket parks, which house public buildings of interest. The Liffey will be spanned by a public walkway, alongside the rail bridge, through the soon to be developed lands around Heuston station and by an adjustable bridge spanning the river on the east side.

See accompanying video for brief outlining of ideas about a greener city and park in Sheriff Street, part of architectural thesis proposal 2005: CATALYST @ Botanic Spine

Irish Times:

EASA was set up in 1981 by a ginger group led by colourful Edinburgh-based architect Richard Murphy and held its first gathering in Liverpool during a bitter and prolonged docks strike. Part of the motivation behind it was to connect architecture students with the real world of conflict and social deprivation.


related vids:
http://www.youtube.com/profile_videos?user=fuspey&p=r

related infos and ideas:

accompanying PDF of greenway proposal: http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/feb2007/botanic_spi...e.pdf
What are Greenways? Heritage Ireland website: http://www.heritagecouncil.ie/walkways/project7.html

Green corridors in cities : much info, pix and links to this topic
http://easa.antville.org/stories/960542/

Adapt Or Die (how to build a sustainable world)
http://www.indymedia.ie/article/87770

past Dublin Greenway actions:

Dublin City Greenway Cycle (the first bikeride)
http://www.indymedia.ie/article/69929

Dublin : first Greenway cycle of 2006
http://www.indymedia.ie/article/75672

Food and tree planting along greenway:

greening the city - tree planting weekend
http://www.indymedia.ie/article/74481

new community garden up and running in Phibsboro
http://www.indymedia.ie/article/74524

Dolphin's Barn community garden under threat
http://www.indymedia.ie/article/75438

Bringing Nature To Mans Domain
http://www.indymedia.ie/article/69689

EASA and ark related:

Architecture students gather in Dublin and Letterfrack (Irish Times)
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2008/0807/1....html

EASA 2008
http://www.easa008.ie/

EASA blog
http://easa.antville.org/

Botanic Spine as ecological urban regenerator
Botanic Spine as ecological urban regenerator


Embedded audio: http://radio.indymedia.org/uploads/imgp1076.wav

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outlines ideas about a greener city and park in Sheriff Street, part of architectural thesis proposal 2005: CATALYST @ Botanic Spine

related vids:
http://www.youtube.com/profile_videos?user=fuspey&p=r

and related first 40 minutes of last Wednesday evenings radio show from CLIMATE CAMP 2008 which explores further ideas about how to construct sustainable communities and what they will look like


Embedded audio: http://stream.plentyfact.net/climatecamp-podcasts/wednesday_broadcast02.mp3

author by not 1 ofpublication date Sun Aug 10, 2008 15:17author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Very Interesting Presentation from Kevin Danaher of Global exchange:

"The system is crashing"

Caption: Embedded video Youtube Video


 
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