Each participatory budgeting idea is tagged with the theme to which it relates. The descriptions of the themes can be found here.
Nature, environment and urban space
Light, colours and recreation! How can we take care of the immediate environment and make it more comfortable for children and young people? How about light art, designated graffiti walls or communal flower meadows? Should we refurbish basketball baskets or find ways to alleviate climate anxiety?
“Nature, environment and urban space” is a theme for ideas related to streets, parks, nature trails and recreation, for example.
However, you should bear in mind that the cost of building and modifying the environment can easily rise to a high level. For example, the installation of an artificial turf field or the construction of a new park will clearly exceed the funds reserved for participatory budgeting.