Nature-inclusive entrepreneurship in urban areas

The green space in the city is under pressure. Although it meets important social needs, in practice nature and landscape often lose it through competing space claims. This can have a major impact on the living environment of people. In this study we have adopted a transition approach in which we explicitly seek a nature-inclusive contribution of the real estate sector to the biodiversity, quality of life and resilience of cities. To this end, current practices are being mapped out and ways are being sought to make these practices more nature-inclusive in order to achieve the desired transition.