Tag: urban forest planning


CLEARING HOUSE City representatives discuss conflicts of interest in urban forestry settings

To share experiences and challenges faced when working with different stakeholders on the topic of urban forestry as nature-based solutions (NBS), city representatives from the CLEARING HOUSE project met online, focussing on the broad topic of conflict of interest. To kick-start the discussions, each city representative shortly presented the most prominent dissidence they experience in their city.

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Collaborative Learning

New products providing guidance on urban tree monitoring

The USDA (US Department of Agriculture) has announced the release of new products providing guidance on urban tree monitoring. These guides are designed around the collection of longitudinal field data – tracking the fate of individual trees – and will enable urban tree professionals to assess mortality and survival rates, tree growth rates, vigor changes, and population size changes:Read more

NBS events

[EVENT POSTPONED] | CLEARING HOUSE first co-design workshop – forests and trees of the metropolis: benefits, functions and experiences

Forests and trees of the metropolis: benefits, functions and experiences

Co-design workshop introducing CLEARING HOUSE: urban forests as nature-based-solutions.

The first workshop will take place at the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona. Its main objective is engaging stakeholders on issues related to trees and metropolitan forests, in order to enhance awareness and knowledge on ecosystem services.

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