Tag: Urban forests

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Discover: Conceptualizing multidimensional barriers: a framework for assessing constraints in realizing recreational benefits of urban green spaces

To assess constraints in realizing recreational benefits of urban green spaces, partners Wolff Manuel, Mascarenhas André, Haase Annegret, Haase Dagmar, Andersson Erik, Borgström Sara T, Kronenberg Jakub, Laszkiewicz Edyta and Biernacka Magdalena have conceptualized multidimensional barriers explained in their latest article.

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Topic-specific thematic guidelines on Urban Forestry as a Nature Based Solution (UF-NBS) – opportunities for authors

The CLEARING HOUSE project addresses a global challenge that unites European and Chinese cities in their quest to develop more resilient cities and liveable societies in order to improve human wellbeing. The main focus is on tree-based green infrastructure which is the basis for “urban forests as nature-based solutions”. 

The project is developing thematic guidelines to assist local authorities, consultants, decision-makers, civil society and other stakeholders in Europe, China and worldwide in delivering UF-NBS to their communities and local stakeholders.

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The City of Belgrade is pleased to announce the 24th European Forum on Urban Forestry (EFUF). The Forum will be held from 17-21 May 2022 in Belgrade, Serbia. The Forum theme is adaptive measures in urban forests.

EFUF 2022 will be a great opportunity to learn about new and cutting-edge research on adaptive measures in urban forest and an opportunity to discuss with inspiring practitioners, advanced researchers and sector-leading policymakers on how to improve urban forest management in a rapidly changing world.

Mark your calendars to experience the Urban Forests of Serbia and meet and greet urban forestry colleagues you may have not seen since the 2019 in person EFUF in Germany.

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CLEARING HOUSE first Calls for the Knowledge Exchange Mechanism are open!

The CLEARING HOUSE project is pleased to announce its first calls for the project’s knowledge exchange mechanism.

The global objective of the knowledge exchange mechanism is to promote capacity development and exchange of knowledge and practices on urban forests as nature-based solutions (UF-NBS), based on peer-to-peer exchanges and scientific support regarding UF-NBS challenges.

You are a local authority representative looking toward implementing Urban-Forests as Nature-Based Solutions in your city?
👉Participate in our knowledge exchange mechanism!

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