Program

Congreso parques


Day 1

Sunday

October 6
Day 2

Monday

October
08:30 - 20:00 hrs
Accreditations / Registration at the Culture Center America
10:00 - 06:30 hrs
Workshops
  • 08:00 a 17:30 - Interpretation Of The Landscape And Magical Places: Quebrada Del Escoipe And Chicoana - T11
  • The extensive geography of Salta offers innumerable landscapes full of colors, shapes and resources that ... See More

  • 09:00 a 13:00 - Tourism, A Tool to Conserve Cultural Heritage. A Theoretical - Practical Experience Touring the Heritage Center of the City of Salta - T12
  • Through a pedestrian tour through the heritage center of Salta, you will visit the main ... See More

  • 10:00 a 13:00 - Teleferico San Bernardo, Expansion Project Ala Delta Station - T14
  • This experiential workshop will take you to the highest point of the city, where in ... See More

  • 10:00 a 14:00 - Canine Parks: planning, design and operation - T13
  • In this workshop you will know what a dog park is and its importance in ... See More

  • 14:00 a 18:00 - Applied Renewable Energies in Urban Scale Parks - The Case of the Ucasal Campus and the Integral Urban Environmental Development Plan of Salta - T15
  • We will visit the campus of the Catholic University of Salta where the Faculty of ... See More

  • 15:00 a 19:00 - Bicentennial Park, Comprehensive Quality Management Systems And Programs For Its Extension To The Community - T16
  • Get to know one of Salta's Urban Parks! Bicentennial Park has 4 years of life, ... See More

  • 15:00 a 19:00 - Financial Sustainability, How to make profitable the public space from the capture of resources? - T17
  • Learn the guidelines and components of a Business Plan and how to implement them successfully ... See More

20:00 - 23:59 hrs
Welcome Party - "Fiesta en las alturas" Salta Convention Center Terrace
Day 3

Tuesday

October
08:00 - 20:00 hrs
Accreditations / Registration in Salta Convention Center
09:30 - 10:30 hrs
Keynotes I
Salón Lapacho

Creating Successful and Healthy Cities for Everyone

10:30 - 11:00 hrs
Opening Act
11:05 - 11:50 hrs
Keynotes II
Salón Lapacho

Park Systems: The Greatest Impact on Transforming Cities

11:50 - 15:15 hrs
Expo Parques Sudamérica
Glass Room

How can we design and plan at different scales from the landscape?

The study of the territory in terms of landscape is a tool that optimizes available ... See More

Estela Rosa Opertti | Salta, Argentina

Consultant, Independent

Glass Room

Felimana Luna Park

Proveedor de Carruseles y juegos para parques urbanos y de diversiones See More

Elizabeth Andrea Adriz | Buenos Aires, Argentina

CEO - Vice President, Felimana

Glass Room

El Uso Inteligente del Agua para Áreas Verdes: Caso Parque Madureira

Caso de éxito en el uso inteligente del agua See More

Sebastián Reyes | Buenos Aires, Argentina

International Business Developer Southern Cone, Marketing and Sales., Rainbird

Glass Room

| 13: 45 - 14:15 | Lawn Mats, the Green Solution for Landscaping.

Glass Room

|14:20 - 14:50| Fahneu Salta!

Desarrollo de Áreas Verdes en Chile See More

Diego Aguilar Izquierdo | Santiago, Chile

Managing Director, Fahneu

15:15 - 16:00 hrs
Keynotes III
Salón Lapacho

Collaborative Parnerships, How to achieve a Successful Park?

16:15 - 17:30 hrs
Educational Sessions - Block I
Salón Lapacho

Urban Renewal Plan Through Design And Management; Success stories.

In this session two success stories are presented. The first in the city of Monte ... See More

Silvia Monguillot | Córdoba, Argentina

Co-Founder, Activando Paisajes

Glass Room

Eradicating Bad Management Through Community Decisions.

We will talk about how the production of contemporary public space is no longer the ... See More

Pablo Fuentes Flores | Santiago, Chile

Director, City of Pocket Planning, Urban Design and Real Estate Management

Pablo Simoes | Pilar, Argentina

Director / Owner, Mi Tierra Paisajismo

Salón El Tipal

A Garden City and Projects that Strengthen Socio-Cultural, Economic and Environmental Values.

In this collaborative session, we will have the participation of two speakers with examples and ... See More

María Virginia Piñero | Córdoba, Argentina

Founding partner, TresAbejas Studio

Pablo Riachi | Córdoba, Argentina

Architect and Partner, TresAbejas Studio

Salón Jacarandá

Porto Alegre Urban Parks Management Program - Brazil - The Case of the Orillas del Guaíba Urban Park

The parks of Porto Alegre are part of the pride and identity of the Porto ... See More

Pedro Paes Lira | São Paulo, Brasil

Associate, Natureza Urbana Brasil

Rodrigo Góes | Porto Alegre, Brasil

Specialist Advisor, Municipality of Porto Alegre

Thiago Ribeiro | Porto Alegre, Brasil

Secretary of Strategic Associations, Municipality of Porto Alegre

17:45 - 18:25 hrs
Educational Sessions - Block II
Salón Jacarandá

Social Transformation Through the Implantation of Urban Parks: The Case of Passo Fundo

We will present how to develop the structuring of public spaces with a view to ... See More

Ana Paula Wickert | Passo Fundo, Brasil

Secretary of planning of Passo Fundo, City Council of Passo Fundo

Salón El Tipal

Placing Value Historical Center San Martín de Mendoza General Park

PROJECT "PUTTING VALUE HISTORICAL NUCLEO PARQUE GENERAL SAN MARTÍN" 2016-2018 The objective was to propose ... See More

Ricardo Gabriel Mariotti | Mendoza, Argentina

Director of Parks and Public Walks of Mendoza, Government of Mendoza

Salón Lapacho

Bum: For a Sustainable City with a Knowledge Company.

The discovery of our urban natural environment allows us to know and recognize its benefits ... See More

Oswaldo Zurita | Monterrey, México

Director, Ecotono Urbano

Glass Room

Plan of Open Spaces and Green Infrastructure of the City of Salta

In the Comprehensive Urban Urban Development Plan of the city of Salta the concept of ... See More

Graciela Hermosilla | Salta, Argentina

Architect , Undersecretary of Urban Planning and Control

Leonardo Pellegrini | Salta, Argentina

Architect , Undersecretary of Urban Planning and Control

18:30 - 20:00 hrs
Expo Parques Sudamérica and beer party on the terrace convention center of Salta
Day 4

Wednesday

October 9
08:00 - 20:00 hrs
Accreditations / Registration in Salta Convention Center
09:30 - 10:15 hrs
Keynotes IV
Salón Lapacho

Los Retos del Espacio Público en Latinoamérica

10:20 - 11:05 hrs
Keynotes V
Salón Lapacho

Medellín, Urban Planning and Society

11:20 - 11:45 hrs
Educational Sessions - Block III
Glass Room

Keys to Successful Human Resource Management in Urban Parks

Development of work methodologies with respect to the human resource of the parks based on ... See More

María José Macaione | Salta, Argentina

Director of Human Resources and Training Coordinator, Delta Consultants NOA

Salón Lapacho

The importance of the Great Urban Parks in the face of Climate Change

The session presents a generic model of greenhouse gas quantification for urban parks developed by ... See More

German Enríquez | León, México

Director, Metropolitan Park of León

Salón Jacarandá

Planning the Sustainable Management of Urban and Natural Parks from the Stakeholders' Vision

Public resources for park implementation, management and conservation are often scarce in many countries. In ... See More

Pedro Paes Lira | São Paulo, Brasil

Partner Director, Natureza Urbana Brasil

Fernando Pieroni | São Paulo, Brasil

President Director, Semeia Institute

Salón El Tipal

Linear Park “Paseo Xibi-Xibi” - Recovery of Basin and Margins of the Rio Chico

The Recovery of the Basin and Margins of the Xibi-Xibi River is aimed at sanitation ... See More

Raúl Jorge | Jujuy, Argentina

Mayor, Municipality of San Salvador de Jujuy

11:45 - 16:00 hrs
Expo Parques Sudamérica
16:00 - 16:25 hrs
Educational Sessions - Block IV
Glass Room

Anuros Park: A Recreational Space To Convert In Conservation Strategy

The loss and transformation of natural habitats as a consequence of human activities generate a ... See More

Rebeca Acosta | Salta, Argentina

Professor, National University of Salta

Alejandro Núñez | Salta, Argentina

Professor, National University of Salta

Salón Jacarandá

Urban Green Corridors, Conservation and Recreation Spaces for Asunción and its Metropolitan Area.

The metropolitan area of ​​Asunción (AMA) has experienced great growth in the last two decades, ... See More

Salón Lapacho

Process of Transformation of Bogotá

The objective of the talk is to present the process of transformation that the city ... See More

Alejandro Ocampo | Bogotá, Colombia

Coordinator, District Institute of Recreation and Sports (IDRD)

Mauricio Reina | Bogotá, Colombia

Technical Deputy Director, District Institute of Recreation and Sports (IDRD)

Salón El Tipal

My Park: Design and construction of public spaces next to the communities

See More

Matías Honour | Santiago, Chile

Project director, Mi Parque

16:40 - 17:20 hrs
Educational Sessions - Block V
Salón Jacarandá

The Piraí River As Structuring Of The Metropolitan Environmental Landscape System

The Piraí River with its middle basin passes between diverse medium-sized towns and the city ... See More

DanKo Araoz Totón | Bolivia, Santa Cruz de la Sierra

Consultant, Independent professional

Glass Room

Gardens in Urban Parks and Water Consumption in Desert Cities

The gardens in urban parks of the desert city of Lima, are poorly conceived in ... See More

Isis Bustamante Dueñas | Lima, Perú

University Professor, National University of Engineering

Salón Lapacho

Rosario and the reconquest of Public Space

Rosario is the city of public spaces. It has one of the highest rates of ... See More

Marina Borgatello | Rosario, Argentina

Secretary of Environment and Public Space, Municipality of Rosario

Salón El Tipal

Parks And Recreation: 2020 Trends

See More

Luis Romahn | Merida, México

President and Founder, Parques de México

20:30 - 23:00 hrs
Farewell party "Celebrate the parks" Bicentennial Park

15:00 a 19:00 - Parque Del Bicentenario, Sistemas De Gestión Integral De Calidad Y Programas Para Su Extensión A La Comunidad - T16

Get to know one of Salta's Urban Parks! Bicentennial Park has 4 years of life, its surface is 80 green hectares, of which 6, belong to an artificial lagoon. In pursuit of excellence and committed to the preservation of its biodiversity, since 2016, the challenge of implementing International Standards for Environmental and Quality Management was raised.

That is why this experiential workshop will show you how a public body manages the ISO 14001 Standards with broad scope and you will have the opportunity to show how it extends, through special programs, to the community.

Date:: 2019-10-07 Schedule: 15:00:00 to 19:00:00 Capacity: 50 people.

09:00 a 13:00 - El Turismo, Una Herramienta Para Conservar El Patrimonio Cultural. Una Experiencia Teórico – Práctica Recorriendo El Centro Patrimonial De La Ciudad De Salta - T12

Through a pedestrian tour through the heritage center of Salta, you will visit the main Museums of the Province knowing the policies, strategies and experiences in the conservation of heritage, as well as its synergy with the tourism sector. The tourist activity has experienced a great growth worldwide and also in the Province of Salta, where it has become a fundamental activity from the economic and social point of view. In this context, cultural tourism is also experiencing growth in recent years, according to data and reports from the World Tourism Organization that "tourists increasingly want to feel closer to the cultures and lifestyles of the tourists. destinations they visit. " Cultural tourism adds extraordinary value to tourism, but it also constitutes a fundamental ally in the preservation of heritage, the enrichment of cultural identity and the promotion of a closer relationship between visitors and host communities.

Date:: 2019-10-07 Schedule: 09:00:00 to 13:00:00 Capacity: 50 people.

08:00 a 17:30 - Interpretación Del Paisaje Y Lugares Mágicos: Quebrada Del Escoipe Y Chicoana - T11

The extensive geography of Salta offers innumerable landscapes full of colors, shapes and resources that invite constant amazement. The Queipeda de Escoipe, a path of natural ascent to the famous Calchaquíes Valleys, unfolds a mountain path of a particular scenic beauty where you will discover secrets of its geography, its condors planning the heights and one of the most beautiful natural viewpoints of Salta towards the Cuesta del Obispo Geologists, geographers and architects from the Catholic University of Salta will guide the tour discovering the formations of El Maray, El Transatlantico and a zigzag path of the Inca Trail - Collasuyo. The highlight, Piedra de Molino, at 3,400 meters above sea level, is the gateway to Los Cardones National Park. On the way back, we will visit the town of Chicoana; there, representatives of the tourist and cultural management of the Municipality will count the application process of this town within the Project "Magical Places of Salta", understanding them as those small, accessible localities, which, due to their singularity, natural attraction and/or cultural, tangible or intangible, possess an ingrained lifestyle of their own. Chicoana is the "National Capital of the Tamal", precisely its "magical value" is linked to the gastronomy and the elaboration of the tamale. In this workshop you can experiment with your own hands the preparation and tasting of this dish.

Date:: 2019-10-07 Schedule: 08:00:00 to 05:30:00 Capacity: 50 people.

14:00 a 18:00 - Energías Renovables Aplicadas En Parques De Escala Urbana - El Caso Del Campus Ucasal Y El Plan Integral De Desarrollo Urbano Ambiental De Salta - T15

We will visit the campus of the Catholic University of Salta where the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism offers us a 45-minute guided tour of the Solar Field facilities that deliver energy to the city's electricity grid. Training will be provided in the use and measurement of solar panels arranged within the Campus for educational purposes, as well as the loading of electro-propelled vehicles. With the context of the extensive and deep multi-scale territorial planning process that takes place in the Province of Salta in the last decade, the presentation will focus on the 2nd Comprehensive Urban Environmental Development Plan (PIDUA II) of the capital city, and particularly in the Territorial System of Open Spaces, which materializes one of the 6 Sustainability Principles on which said plan is conceptually based. In addition to addressing the analysis of the system as such, which is made up of open spaces of metropolitan, urban and neighborhood scale, articulated by a system of green axes, the two main projects contemplated will be exhibited: the Integration and the Park Hub Urban area of ​​the Ribera del Río Arenales. These projects seek to intervene on 2 of the main urban interfaces of the City of Salta, reverting their current nature of barriers and converting them into socio-spatial integration factor in a city marked by situations of inequality and fragmentation.

Date:: 2019-10-07 Schedule: 14:00:00 to 18:00:00 Capacity: 50 people.

10:00 a 13:00 - Teleférico San Bernardo, Proyecto De Ampliación Estación Ala Delta - T14

This experiential workshop will take you to the highest point of the city, where in addition to an unbeatable panoramic view, you will chat with the person in charge of the Cableway Complex, who will tell you about its tourist importance, its history, administration, statistics and its environmental management. At the top you can also admire the city, explore its artificial water cascades and know the different services such as confectionery, children's juices, ecological path, craft shops, gym, amphitheater and green spaces framed in an environment of natural great beauty. Later you will get to know the cable car extension project and the winning project of Ala Delta Station, a project that will consist of an extension of 1,016 meters of distance with a 5-minute journey, the replacement of the transfer gondolas and their potential as public transport.

Date:: 2019-10-07 Schedule: 10:00:00 to 13:00:00 Capacity: 50 people.

15:00 a 19:00 - Sostenibilidad Financiera, ¿Cómo hacer rentable el espacio público a partir de la captación de recursos? - T17

Learn the guidelines and components of a Business Plan and how to implement them successfully in an existing public space or in one that is in the planning phase. In this workshop you can learn, learn and discover the following: The importance of having a Business Plan, its connection with the Master Plan and the participatory design process. The main components of a Business Plan for urban parks and public space. How to develop technical specifications of the attractions and amenities of a park and its relationship with the Business Plan. The main management models of large parks in the United States and Mexico, as well as their legal and operational implications. The main sources of income in a park and how to raise them in an operating budget. The most important operation and maintenance costs in a park, as well as its implication in the general budget.

Date:: 2019-10-07 Schedule: 15:00:00 to 19:00:00 Capacity: 60 people.

10:00 a 14:00 - Parques Caninos: planeación, diseño y operación - T13

In this workshop you will know what a dog park is and its importance in the Latin American context, the positive and negative aspects to take into consideration for the development of a financially sustainable model from its design to its operation. Learn the best practices to consolidate a canine park in your community! In this workshop you will develop skills and knowledge: Master plan and basic elements Development of the executive project and conceptual design Parametric Costs and Budgets Give identity to your park Recommended dimensions Main problems and needs to cover Activities and events Resource management Operation and maintenance Much more...

Date:: 2019-10-07 Schedule: 10:00:00 to 14:00:00 Capacity: 60 people.

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Social Transformation Through the Implantation of Urban Parks: The Case of Passo Fundo

We will present how to develop the structuring of public spaces with a view to social transformation and quality of life in a medium-sized city. The case of Passo Fundo will be analyzed, where, through integrated urban planning, the municipality transformed its urban parks policy, understanding the importance of the territorial distribution of these spaces, their character and the actions of promotion and use of public spaces With the Plan for the Structuring of Urban Equipment and Free Spaces for Public Use (PEEUEL), financed by the IDB, coordinated actions have been structured. Thus, it is possible to organize the collection of financial resources, project development and definition of priority areas, as well as the park management and occupation plan. In four years, 6 parks were structured, with 210,000m2 of green areas in different neighborhoods. Squares have also been revitalized throughout the city, with playgrounds, gyms and sitting areas. The interventions began in 2014 and the parks were inaugurated until 2017. The projects were carried out with popular participation, giving the character of community integration to the process. Guaranteeing this policy, today the question of public spaces is being worked on in reviewing the Master Plan as a strong structuring guideline for the future of the city, as a leisure and urban sustainability strategy.

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 17:45:00 to 18:25:00 Place: Salón Jacarandá

Placing Value Historical Center San Martín de Mendoza General Park

PROJECT "PUTTING VALUE HISTORICAL NUCLEO PARQUE GENERAL SAN MARTÍN" 2016-2018 The objective was to propose improvements to adapt the Park to the demands of current use, prioritizing people and their quality of life, for this the activities that were developed in the area, gave continuity to the pedestrian circuits and bikeways, expanded pedestrian exclusive circulation spaces, improved crossings and interferences of circulations, parking lots were ordered, the amount of asphalts was reduced to increase surfaces of meadows and surfaces soft, measures were adopted to reduce the levels of insecurity, existing circulation floors were reconstructed and the park's sculptural and forestry heritage was recovered, among other things. Because it is a public space of great historical, environmental, cultural and patrimonial value, the original design must have been respected. It is a question of putting the space in value, without modifying original paths and configurations; intervening floors, infrastructures, furniture and other parts to exalt the meadows and the forest of the Park.

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 17:45:00 to 18:25:00 Place: Salón El Tipal

The Piraí River As Structuring Of The Metropolitan Environmental Landscape System

The Piraí River with its middle basin passes between diverse medium-sized towns and the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, which is one of the cities with the most growth in Latin America and which is forming a metropolitan area that lacks a Plan, the anthropization increasingly exerts a pressure on the river, its margins and other bodies of water or sites of scenic interest, constituting at present negative interfaces, with problems of deforestation, landfills, pollution, clandestine settlements, erosion, alteration of natural drains, flood risks and other problems Although in the last decade the city of Santa Cruz experienced a great advance in the implementation of small and intermediate scale parks, increasing of 4 m2 of green areas implemented to 14 m2, even large urban and peri urban parks as well as the implementation of green areas in the neighboring municipalities that make up the metro area politano or increase the urban arborization In this context arises the need to plan and carry out specific key projects to consolidate the metropolitan environmental landscape system, a subject in which partial plans or projects have already been carried out, as well as research on the subject, in both cases my person has participated in several of those works either from the municipal, university or private sphere. The work shows different experiences in the planning or investigation of the landscape in this metropolitan context, counting the experiences in the way of approaching the design process , methodologies, the level of concretion, also factors that hinder its implementation in other cases.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 16:40:00 to 17:20:00 Place: Salón Jacarandá

Keys to Successful Human Resource Management in Urban Parks

Development of work methodologies with respect to the human resource of the parks based on key concepts such as: Sense of belonging, Employer Experience, Employer Engagement, Productivity, Work with Purpose and New generations.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 11:20:00 to 11:45:00 Place: Glass Room

Anuros Park: A Recreational Space To Convert In Conservation Strategy

The loss and transformation of natural habitats as a consequence of human activities generate a considerable loss of biological diversity, which in the case of Anurans is particularly worrying because it is a group in decline worldwide. Among these human activities, the urbanizations are one of the most impact, however, for the case of the anurans, it could represent a new type of environment where it is possible to recognize faunas associated with urbanizations. In this matrix, the sustainability of these communities depends on specific management alternatives where the green spaces destined for recreation have a fundamental importance. Therefore, the design of an urban park should foresee the balance between the function of providing recreational services and at the same time be a contribution to the conservation of the anuran urban fauna, as recorded in the Bicentennial Park.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 16:00:00 to 16:25:00 Place: Glass Room

Gardens in Urban Parks and Water Consumption in Desert Cities

The gardens in urban parks of the desert city of Lima, are poorly conceived in most cases by local authorities, since their design includes plants that require large amounts of water in their maintenance and as this resource is scarce, they are careless in the image of the urban park. The trees and plants in general are inadequate in their choice, adding to this problem the design of the urban park, the continuity in the maintenance management by the municipal authorities when it changes for another, sometimes losing the advanced and presenting an image Neglected: earthy spaces and without any maintenance. Districts of Metropolitan Lima such as San Borja, San Isidro, Surco, La Molina, have economic resources and maintain the green area of ​​their parks and gardens with colorful and meticulous design, not so the other districts of the big capital that by 80% , its gardens and parks are neglected terrains. In this sense, the paper focuses on the study of areas for gardens in urban parks and water consumption in the city of Lima, not allowing the users of these areas to develop biophilia (love of nature) of their own and strangers.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 16:40:00 to 17:20:00 Place: Glass Room

How can we design and plan at different scales from the landscape?

The study of the territory in terms of landscape is a tool that optimizes available resources when addressing realities, diagram prospective scenarios, both to design public policies for local development, and for the design of urban public space. It provides a holistic, vivid and interactive vision of the territory, resulting highly pragmatic. In reference to smaller scales, the landscape design favors generating quality spaces, both in the public and private spheres.

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 12:00:00 to 12:30:00 Place: Glass Room

Urban Green Corridors, Conservation and Recreation Spaces for Asunción and its Metropolitan Area.

The metropolitan area of ​​Asunción (AMA) has experienced great growth in the last two decades, being the largest urban pole in the country. This important growth has brought important consequences at the level of the configuration of the territory. In order to respond to a varied number of topics and direct Asunción and the 10 municipalities of its metropolitan area towards a sustainable and resilient urban environment, the Ministry of Environment and the United Nations Development Program are implementing the project: Asunción Green City of the Americas roads to sustainability. It is carried out jointly with the Municipality of Asunción, the Ministry of Public Works and Communications, the Technical Secretariat of Planning, the National Emergency Secretariat (SEN), the Paraguayan Network of Sustainable Cities and the Guyra Paraguay Association. Among its objectives is to design and promote actions for the establishment of the AMA green corridor, which will allow the connection of existing green areas in association with road improvement works such as the bicisendas constriction. The corridor has multiple purposes: biodiversity conservation, expansion of wooded areas in response to adaptation to climate change and increased recreational offer for citizens.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 16:00:00 to 16:25:00 Place: Salón Jacarandá

Urban Renewal Plan Through Design And Management; Success stories.

In this session two success stories are presented. The first in the city of Monte Cristo where a fragment (railway station) called Belgrano Central Park was designed and managed, as a model of quality public space. He currently activated and energized the mobility and uses of citizens. In its design, the study of social, economic, environmental and cultural perspectives was key, contemplating the importance of these properties in the collective memory as a fundamental component of the landscape that the city originally ordered by granting the same heritage, environmental and unique use values. Also, in 2016 in the city of Mendoza, after several years of Planning, which established different Strategic Plans for the development of the City, the Urban Renewal Plan was launched, which aimed to link the different points of the urban plot, among them the Old City with the New City of Mendoza. Each of these projects includes subsequent stages of development that must be completed in the coming years to achieve the interconnection of each of the elements that make up the city's plot. These new projects have already begun to be executed with municipal resources and some of them as complementary works to the projects financed by the nation. In relation to green spaces, healthy circuits and cultural spaces.

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 16:15:00 to 17:30:00 Place: Salón Lapacho

Eradicating Bad Management Through Community Decisions.

We will talk about how the production of contemporary public space is no longer the exclusive responsibility of institutions, but of communities that have also developed their own aesthetics and their own resources to reduce the gap in the availability of spaces for public use. It will be taken as an example City of Pocket that has made a contribution in this subject with projects in Chile, Uruguay and Dominican Republic incorporating concepts such as operating partner, activators, local management team; On the other hand, a story will be mentioned that tells how, through the years and the different municipal administrations, "Success" can be reached as a final result in the use of a Public Space.

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 16:15:00 to 17:30:00 Place: Glass Room

A Garden City and Projects that Strengthen Socio-Cultural, Economic and Environmental Values.

In this collaborative session, we will have the participation of two speakers with examples and perspectives on public space. One of the speakers will talk about collaborative work, how to promote collective intelligence and the communication of knowledge about the flora in general and the native flora in particular, including responses to the needs of the human being in their relationship with nature, talking about the Projects Health Park and the Communal Park where spaces for exchange with the population were generated, through surveys and meetings. In the same way, a proposal of social mobilization that seeks to convert the city of Chachapoyas in a garden city will be shown. The proposal promotes citizen participation through competitions, cultural and environmental events taking advantage of its traditional urban structure.

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 16:15:00 to 17:30:00 Place: Salón El Tipal

Creating Successful and Healthy Cities for Everyone

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 09:30:00 to 10:30:00 Place: Salón Lapacho

Medellín, Urban Planning and Society

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 10:20:00 to 11:05:00 Place: Salón Lapacho

Park Systems: The Greatest Impact on Transforming Cities

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 11:05:00 to 11:50:00 Place: Salón Lapacho

Collaborative Parnerships, How to achieve a Successful Park?

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 15:15:00 to 16:00:00 Place: Salón Lapacho

The importance of the Great Urban Parks in the face of Climate Change

The session presents a generic model of greenhouse gas quantification for urban parks developed by the Tecnológico de Monterrey and the University of Tennessee, taking as a case study the Metropolitan Ecological Park of León. The results of the study demonstrate the mitigating functions of urban parks, as well as a catalog of best practices to reduce the emissions resulting from their operation.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 11:20:00 to 11:45:00 Place: Salón Lapacho

Process of Transformation of Bogotá

The objective of the talk is to present the process of transformation that the city of Bogotá has had in terms of parks and sports venues, and the positive impact that the works and adjustments have generated on the quality of life of citizens. In addition, we will talk about the recreational-sporting offer that the city has.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 16:00:00 to 16:25:00 Place: Salón Lapacho

Rosario and the reconquest of Public Space

Rosario is the city of public spaces. It has one of the highest rates of green space per inhabitant in Latin America (12.5 square meters), with a system of public spaces consisting of 24 parks, 124 seats, 51 squares, 24 walks and 228 other green spaces. All of them are open during the 24 hours.   As in other Latin American cities, insecurity is one of the greatest public concerns.   To counteract it, the reconquest of public spaces was designed as a strategy from the local government. Revitalize them and guarantee an active city 365 days a year, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.   The paper describes the wide-ranging program of incentive of uses of these spaces that already shows very auspicious results. The policies that manage to keep people in public spaces for longer, help keep the city alive.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 16:40:00 to 17:20:00 Place: Salón Lapacho

Porto Alegre Urban Parks Management Program - Brazil - The Case of the Orillas del Guaíba Urban Park

The parks of Porto Alegre are part of the pride and identity of the Porto Alegre city. Thus, in a scenario of diminishing the municipal assumptions that afflict all the cities of the country, it is essential to develop new ways to continue implanting, managing and conserving urban parks, always looking for new investments, always maintaining their environmental and social functions. . It is in this context that the Porto Alegre Park and Park Association Program arises, which has as one of the main projects for the completion of the Urban Park of the Guaíba Orillas, rescinding the relationship of the city with its lake. , which has long been targeted. In an ambitious project is planned to implement more than 130 thousand m² of urban park, ensuring its sustainable operation in the next few years generating a public space of quality without the admission charge.

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 16:15:00 to 17:30:00 Place: Salón Jacarandá

Planning the Sustainable Management of Urban and Natural Parks from the Stakeholders' Vision

Public resources for park implementation, management and conservation are often scarce in many countries. In this context, the joint action of the different stakeholders (public managers, associations, companies, public users) is key to promoting improvements in order to have more sustainable parks economically, environmentally and socially. Through dozens of experiences developed in Brazil in recent years, guidelines, successes and failures of how to carry out a public use planning process of a park with the necessary vision of stakeholders will be presented.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 11:20:00 to 11:45:00 Place: Salón Jacarandá

El Uso Inteligente del Agua para Áreas Verdes: Caso Parque Madureira

Caso de éxito en el uso inteligente del agua

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 13:10:00 to 13:40:00 Place: Glass Room

Felimana Luna Park

Proveedor de Carruseles y juegos para parques urbanos y de diversiones

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 12:35:00 to 13:05:00 Place: Glass Room

Bum: For a Sustainable City with a Knowledge Company.

The discovery of our urban natural environment allows us to know and recognize its benefits and potential uses. This knowledge is the basis for the design of the cities of the future and the transformation of our communities. To the extent that this wisdom extends to society in general, the success of that design is guaranteed. BUM is a platform for citizen participation and information generation to lay the foundations of that desired sustainable city. Through a census of trees, participatory design processes with neighbors, information analysis and use of drone flight technology, we can establish guidelines for sustainable urban landscape design.

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 17:45:00 to 18:25:00 Place: Salón Lapacho

|12:35 - 13:10| Dialogue with Guillermo Peñalosa

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 12:35:00 to 13:10:00 Place: Glass Room

| 13:15 - 13:45| World Urban Parks, Informative Session.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 13:15:00 to 13:45:00 Place: Glass Room

My Park: Design and construction of public spaces next to the communities

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 16:00:00 to 16:25:00 Place: Salón El Tipal

Linear Park “Paseo Xibi-Xibi” - Recovery of Basin and Margins of the Rio Chico

The Recovery of the Basin and Margins of the Xibi-Xibi River is aimed at sanitation and physical integration of the river into the urban plot, revitalizing it as an urban green lung by implementing a Linear Park, thus reconciling the city with its river environment and its fundamental impact on the qualification of the environment as a defining urban landscape. For this purpose and to control the erosion of the channel, the construction of terraced defenses, pedestrian ramps, bicisendas, sports areas was carried out and reforestation, parking, lighting by solar panels were contemplated, and it was equipped with urban equipment that will contribute to a better quality of life of the inhabitants. The intervened area is located in the capital of the Province of Jujuy. It covers approximately 425,930 m² and constitutes, in the center of the city, the largest portion of public space with natural features. Together with the Rio Grande they form the coastal belt of the urban grid of the microcenter, being located within the perimeter of the main tourist circuits and access roads and circulation of the city. The Xibi-Xibi River travels 16 km before reaching its mouth. The last third of its route crosses the city in its entirety becoming the main framework of activities with great social, cultural, environmental and economic impact of the city.

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 11:20:00 to 11:45:00 Place: Salón El Tipal

|14:20 - 14:50| Fahneu Salta!

Desarrollo de Áreas Verdes en Chile

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 14:20:00 to 14:50:00 Place: Glass Room

Los Retos del Espacio Público en Latinoamérica

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Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 09:30:00 to 10:15:00 Place: Salón Lapacho

Plan of Open Spaces and Green Infrastructure of the City of Salta

In the Comprehensive Urban Urban Development Plan of the city of Salta the concept of “Open Space” does not refer exclusively to the idea of “Green Space” but refers to any field, built or not, designed to favor interaction and social recognition This implies that the recreation function, traditionally assigned to green spaces, must be complemented with others such as ecological preservation, sense of belonging, education, landscape, natural and cultural heritage, tourism. The Plan proposes a network of spaces and green axes of different scales, combined with a system of protected areas, under a strategy of coordinated project management for consolidation and strengthening.

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 17:45:00 to 18:25:00 Place: Glass Room

| 12: 00 - 12: 30 | Building My Park: From Participatory Design to the Master Plan

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 12:00:00 to 12:30:00 Place: Glass Room

| 13:50 - 14: 30 | Wold Urban Parks - Young Professionals

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 13:50:00 to 14:30:00 Place: Glass Room

| 14: 40 - 15:10 | Mobel Citta

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 14:40:00 to 15:10:00 Place: Glass Room

| 15: 30 - 15:55 | Design and Management of Canine Parks

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 15:30:00 to 15:55:00 Place: Glass Room

| 13: 45 - 14:15 | Lawn Mats, the Green Solution for Landscaping.

Date: 2019-10-08 Schedule: 13:45:00 to 14:15:00 Place: Glass Room

Parks And Recreation: 2020 Trends

Date: 2019-10-09 Schedule: 16:40:00 to 17:20:00 Place: Salón El Tipal