The Positive City Foundation funded several projects that were on exhibit at the Architecture Biennale 2010 in Venice, Italy. Amongst those projects, there were exhibits for the WoHo project and the Balancing Act.
Antón García-Abril gave a lecture about positive cities and urbanism at the International Meeting for 'City-Islands of the Future'.
He proposed the creation of a urban communication infrastructure over the South Expressway, which would have a capacity of 700,000 population and 7 million users. This Link City would create a green corridor between the natural areas on the island that could be run through with ecological systems and public transport.
On the 9th of September 2009, at its head offices in Madrid, the made public its founding manifesto:
The Universal Declaration of Urban Rights, a framework of reference for the development of the urban life and the establishment of a well- balanced relationship between the inhabitants and the habitat.