Trees and forests are proven nature-based solutions, addressing major urban challenges while increasing human well-being and biodiversity. However, despite their potential for ecosystem service delivery and city resilience, urban forests are often underestimated and underused as nature-based solutions.
Have you noticed that it is nicer to move in nature? Or that you become happier after a brisk nature walk? Not only your mood, but also your body enjoys outdoor exercise. Even short walks in the countryside restore the concentration level.
Trella is excited to co-host this international, online conference, Reimagining Future Cities – The Green Way. The conference will cover the development of urban forestry and urban greening, conservation and biodiversity in China, the U.S., and across the globe. A host of green leaders from China, the U.S., and Europe will share perspectives from science, policy, practice, and business.Read more
Our project partner, the Sendzimir Foundation, together with the Ecologic Institute has published two guidelines, addressed to local government officials, professionals, as well as non-governmental organisations, municipal movements and other stakeholders interested in blue-green infrastructure.Read more
The European Forest Institute (EFI), the European Forum on Urban Forestry (EFUF) and the Horizon 2020 CLEARING HOUSE project organized two days of integrated activities on urban forestry (March 23-24 2021). This on-line event is targeted at advanced practitioners, established researchers, sector leading policymakers and those wishing to learn of the latest developments in Europe and beyond. A special focus for this conference is Sino-Europe collaboration. The conference will be run in English with Mandarin translation.Read more