"Urban Oasis" at Wittwer-Thalia bookstore in Stuttgart
Liveable urban future
The book "Urban Oasis", published in spring, focuses on relevant greening projects and inspiring city park impressions. In times of climate crisis, author Jessica Jungbauer focuses on green projects for a liveable urban future.
The book now has a worthy place in the shop window of the Wittwer-Thalia bookstore in Stuttgart. Framed by green plants and an impressive promotional poster, the bookshop shows its appreciation for the future-oriented book by the freelance journalist and photographer. In her texts and pictures, Jessica Jungbauer wants to tell stories of inspiring people and places that are working for a sustainable future.
Source of inspiration and hope
"Urban Oasis" is dedicated to more than 20 green projects for a better city life. In addition to topics such as the slow flower movement, the agricultural use of urban roofs, the greening of former industrial sites or the restoration of listed parks, Jessica Jungbauer also presents Berlin's Tempelhof Airport, which has been transformed into a public park.
The Thammasat University Urban Farm in Bangkok, the largest organic rooftop farm in Asia, or the Al-Azhar Park in Cairo on a former landfill site, are also presented in more detail in the illustrated book. The book also contains numerous interviews with leading personalities in the field of sustainability. With "Urban Oasis", Jessica Jungbauer creates a source of inspiration and hope.
"Urban Oasis" is published by teNeues and available in bookshops. If you want to know more about the book and the author, read our current magazine article.
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