Naider collaborates with Nasuvinsa in the identification of criteria, guidelines and orientations for sustainability, circularity, green infrastructure and climate change adaptation and mitigation.

The PSIS-UPNA, approved in 1990, has regulated the urban planning of the Campus of the Public University of Navarra (UPNA). More than three decades later, due to changes and new needs in the urban environment, the evolution of university objectives and unrealised forecasts, a modification of the environment (MPSIS-UPNA) has been proposed which will guide the urban planning activities in the area in the coming years.

The main objective of this modification by Nasuvinsa is to contribute to progress without forgetting the requirements and the triple dimension (economic, social and environmental) of sustainability, and in particular, understanding land, in addition to being an economic resource, as one of the most valuable natural elements at our disposal, and in whose regulation it is necessary to combine a whole series of different factors: the environment, quality of life, energy efficiency, the provision of services, social cohesion, etc.

To this end, Naider has collaborated with Nasuvinsa in an exhaustive search for the best national and international practices in sustainable urban planning and circularity, synthesised through cards that will help in their understanding and future application. The aim has also been to generate quality didactic and informative material to be used as part of the participatory process. Graphic material that helps citizens to understand and contextualise the process and thus make it their own.