Annika Lundkvist – Co-founder and Director

Annika Lundkvist is the founder of Fundacja Pedestrian Space – – an NGO that through media, communications and research advocates and educates on walkability as a central aspect of sustainable urbanism. She is also the founder and a co-facilitator of the Global Walkability Correspondents Network and a PhD student at the Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization in Warsaw.

She is an avid photographer of the built environment and urban spaces and believes in the power of media to connect with people and cultivate awareness. Her media work, advocacy and research broadly connects to issues of sustainable urbanism, with a particular focus on biophilic urbanism, the 15-minute city concept in practice, spatial equity and sustainable mobility.

Alan Raposo – Co-founder and Director

Alan Raposo is co-facilitator of the Global Walkability Correspondents Network and Project Officer at the International Federation of Pedestrians, currently part of the Horizon Europe – Reallocate project, based on a city-driven approach, supporting cities in their transition towards climate neutrality and pioneering a Safe Climate-Neutral Mobility System.

He has also been an engaged local activist in his hometown in southern AndalucĂ­a, Spain – – fighting against corruption, touristification, misinformation and other local issues that disempower local residents.

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