Our cities need nature and nature needs our cities. That’s why we’re working with the city of Bridgeport and community leaders to do our part to make Bridgeport a healthier and more sustainable place to live. Will you help support this work?
Explore how the power of nature can contribute to the health and well-being of all of Bridgeport’s residents.
On the Ground
“I found a bottle. Where’s the recycling bin?”
A Q&A with Urban Resilience Technician
Huffington Post: Drew Goldsman highlights an innovative project in Bridgeport, where a wetland designed to manage runoff from rainstorms is also bringing a neighborhood together.
We believe nature itself holds many of the solutions our future cities need. Ever-curious and backed by science, we aim to demonstrate the critical role nature can play in shaping our future cities to be more resilient, livable and flourishing.
As The Nature Conservancy in Connecticut’s new urban resilience planner, Drew Goldsman is thinking all about how to help make our cities more resilient, environmentally healthy and livable.
Your support is making a difference in Connecticut’s largest city!