Prague, Czechia, is revitalising the Bubny Zátory brownfield in Holešovice, transforming it into a new city district for 25,000 residents by 2040. Using nature-based solutions (NBS), the project enhances urban resilience against heavy rains, floods, and summer heatwaves while providing leisure spaces.  

Monitoring across both new and established sites aims to collect valuable data and information about NBS, potentially facilitating their upscaling and replication in other case studies. Lessons learned from the monitoring phase will then be applied to implement an NBS in a new environment, highlighting the adaptability and effectiveness of the solutions.