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Global Implementation

Explore the ways others are using 3+30+300 around the world.

The 3+30+300 rule is being used by governments, cities, organisations, and communities around the world. See examples of where the threes for trees rule is being put into action.

Global 3+30+300

A few examples of implementation around the world.

Grey Metal Bridge and Trees

The UN Economic Commission for Europe has integrated 3+30+300 in important ways.

This Belgian regions has integrated the 3s into its national green norms

Many cities and regions in
Sweden use the 3s to create
healthier urban experiences.

Many cities in the Netherlands, including the Dutch capital, are improving their urban green spaces with the 3s.

Florida city puts 3+30+300 in practice for creating healthier communities.

See how this local authority in Canada is rethinking urban green spaces with 3+30+300.

Streetwoods.
Doorstep trees.
Urban groves.

Learn more about the many other ideas presented in Rethinking Urban Green Spaces such as streetwoods, doorstep trees and urban groves. And explore other projects in the works via the Nature Based Solutions Institute (NBSI) in the Netherlands, Sweden, and around the world.

Explore the Threes

Connect with your community and city and explore how you might make your own green vision into a reality. Let’s join forces in shaping the future.


More communities, cities, regions, and countries implementing 3+30+300 in policies, assessments, or other forms include:

Alkmaar, The Netherlands

Apeldoorn, The Netherlands

Almere, The Netherlands

Arnhem, The Netherlands (see also this special 3+30+300 page)

Barneveld, The Netherlands

Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Beringen, Belgium

Berkelland, The Netherlands

Breda, The Netherlands

British Columbia, Canada (provincial guide on ‘complete communities’ refers to 3+30+300)

Campbelltown, Australia

Culemborg, The Netherlands

Den Haag, The Netherlands

Deurne, The Netherlands

Deventer, The Netherlands

Doetinchem, The Netherlands

Dordrecht, The Netherlands

Dronten, The Netherlands

Edam-Volendam, The Netherlands

Ede, The Netherlands

Flevoland (Province), The Netherlands

Gennep, The Netherlands

Gent, Belgium

Goes, The Netherlands

Gothenburg, Sweden

Granada, Spain

Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States

Guayaquil, Ecuador

Haaksbergen, The Netherlands

Haarlem, The Netherlands

Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia, Canada

Heemstede, The Netherlands

Hengelo, The Netherlands

Holbaek, Denmark

Hulst, The Netherlands

Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Kalmar, Sweden

Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Kolding, Denmark

Kortrijk, Belgium

Laarbeek, The Netherlands

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States

Land van Cuyk, The Netherlands

Lelystad, The Netherlands

Lima (Baranco), Peru

Lisbon, Portugal

Livorno, Italy

Málaga, Spain

Malmo, Sweden

Melville, Australia

Nantes metropolitan region, France

Nice, France

Nieuwegein, The Netherlands

Noordoostpolder, The Netherlands

Nordic region, Nordic Cities Nature-Based Solutions project

Oslo, Norway

Palermo, Italy

Pitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada

Poltova, Ukraine

Port Phillip, Australia

Raalte, The Netherlands

Renton, Washington, United States

Rheden, The Netherlands

Scotland (Future Woodlands Scotland)

Stavanger, Norway

St Petersburg, Florida, United States

The Netherlands: call for implementing e.g. 3+30+300 nationally by three official Advisory Councils.

United Kingdom (as part of the Tree Equity Score UK program)

Växjö, Sweden

Valencia, Spain

Viladecans, Spain

Vlissingen, The Netherlands

Voerendaal, The Netherlands

Wageningen, The Netherlands (see also this video in Dutch)

Westland, The Netherlands

Wrocław, Poland

Zaanstad, The Netherlands

Zwolle, The Netherlands

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