The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) invites you to join the Green Skills Webinar Series. Enhance your expertise to make a positive environmental impact and learn about Green Skills for Cities, an international, transdisciplinary higher educational programme. ‘Beyond Disciplinary Boundaries in Education’ webinar session will take place on the 8th of November 2023 from 16:00 to 18:00 (CET) on Zoom.

Under the framework of the Green Skills for Cities (G4C) project, funded by the EU, IAAC is excited to announce the webinar ‘Beyond Disciplinary Boundaries in Education’ next Wednesday, 8th of November. Are you interested in developing Nature-based Solutions within a higher educational context? Whether you’re a designer, architect, biologist, economist, or passionate about green, sustainable urban solutions, and eager to explore the outcomes of our international, transdisciplinary educational programme, we invite you to join the webinar organised and presented by IAAC.

In this session, IAAC will reveal the results of the Long Term Programme of Green Skills for Cities where students worked in transdisciplinary teams with expertise in design, biology, and business to develop innovative start-ups responding to wicked urban problems. You will also gain insights into the organisers’ expertise in transdisciplinary education.

Both professionals and students are encouraged to join the webinar. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out via email at [email protected], or explore the project website for more information.

Within the framework of Green Skills for Cities, we will be hosting several in person events during the month of November in Barcelona, Genova & Vienna:


About Green Skills for Cities

Green Skills for Cities is a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union developed by WU, IAAC, UNIGE and ALDA. The project establishes a transdisciplinary educational platform and curricula targeted at working in the public sector, focusing on the development of skills in the field of nature-based solutions for cities.


Learn more about the project by visiting