Adapting Neighborhoods to Be Ready for Climate Change

Green infrastructure solutions support cities in reaching climate change adaptation and mitigation goals. B.Green project develops a model for digital and participatory urban planning that will promote the pre-planning of multifunctional green infrastructure solutions in the Baltic Sea region.

Focus on Urban Nature

We develop and pilot co-created solutions for greener cities with residents and experts in Helsinki and Tallinn. 

Digital and virtual tools

Exploring dynamic modelling of natural environments to support data-driven and early planning of green infrastructure.

Urban nature solutions

Testing new innovative and integrated GI prototypes in local pilot projects to develop the B.Green planning model.

Participation

Co-creating and raising awareness of urban green and its benefits with multiple stakeholders.

More about our projects

Mai Andresson coordinates B.Green in Tallinn

B.Green is carried out in Tallinn and Helsinki by three project partners – Forum Virium Helsinki, Tallinn Strategic Management Office and Stockholm...

Video games help planners to design better urban green spaces

Game engine technologies used in video games allow planners to model the future of natural environments. These technologies are used in the...

Two pilots selected to map urban plant life in Kalasatama

B.Green launched an open call for new solutions to map urban plant life in October. Companies xD Visuals and Granlund were selected...

From Grey to Green: Nature and Cities are not Polar Opposites

The Pollinator Highway passes through nine distinctive panel housing areas and train depots, starting from an urban forest area and ending in...

Open Call for Pilots: Green Urban Mapping

How would you map urban plant life? Offer your solution! B.Green project launches an open call seeking innovative solutions to map urban...

From Grey to Green: The Pollinator Highway as an Innovative Concept for Bringing Nature Back to the City

The Pollinator Highway of Tallinn is the capital’s green habitat. The name ‘Pollinator Highway’ refers to the fact that pollinators such as...

Miltä näyttää tulevaisuuden Sompasaari? Tule kokeilemaan Green Kalasatama -sovellusta Loviseholminpuistoon!

Sompasaaressa kokeillaan syyskuussa lisättyä todellisuutta hyödyntävää Green Kalasatama -mobiilisovellusta, jonka avulla kaupunkilaiset voivat tutkia rakentamisvaiheessa olevan Loviseholminpuiston suunnitelmaa ja lisätä ympäristöön virtuaalisia...

B.Green builds greener Helsinki

B.Green project pilots new digital tools and miniparks for newly built neighbourhoods to support the work of urban planners in Helsinki’s Kalasatama....

How to leverage the power of digital participatory tools in urban planning

Stakeholder engagement is crucial in sustainable urban planning, but the COVID-19 pandemic has made it challenging, as traditional participatory methods can pose...

B.Green brings more green infrastructure to cities

Green infrastructure solutions are essential factors in climate change adaptation and reaching carbon neutrality goals in cities. If planned well, they ensure...

B.Green – Baltic Green Urban Infrastructure Planning is co-funded by Interreg Central Baltic Programme 01.02.2020 – 31.12.2022.