How can cities create networks of urban landscapes which are good for nature and people-centred? Greening strategies that are co-created with citizens of the city hold a key, Suzanne O'Connell, Landscape Architect Dublin City Council shares her experience here in this webinar with us.
How did Scotland decide to create a strategy to plant 18 million trees in the Glasgow city region in partnership approaches by 2030? We are delighted to have Max Hislop talk to us about this inspiring project.
How can enterprises help implement these strategies? Colm O' Driscoll and Jacopo Giacomoni from Etifor share their experience and innovation with us.
When we think of urban forests, the term is meant as all urban trees in a city, whether on public or private land, these trees form the city's forest network. Its well understood that we need to look after our existing urban forests and that we can use technology to help us monitor and understand the health of urban trees. Along with this, we can build up the equality of our existing green and grey spaces in the city. Critically, strategies which employ nature-based principles such as net gain for nature and co-creation and partnership processes are likely to facilitate connection and long term viability in place projects.
In this webinar, we discuss strategies cities are using to partner with people and businesses to improve city places, including the urban forest, benefiting quality of life and connected nature.