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Melbourne Gets a Plan for Urban Forest Greening
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Thursday June 6 2019

Melbourne Gets a Plan for Urban Forest Greening

Melbourne’s greater metropolitan area could achieve tree coverage of between 20 and 30 percent and overall tree and shrub coverage of 30 percent by 2050 if...

The Revolution of Open Source Science:  Calculating Tree Heath
Landscaping
Tuesday November 14 2017

The Revolution of Open Source Science: Calculating Tree Heath

Calculating a functional value for trees is the next big game changer in urban forestry.

Living Architecture Key to Healthy Urban Areas
Landscaping
Tuesday April 4 2017

Living Architecture Key to Healthy Urban Areas

While the density of urban development intensifies to accommodate the influx of people living and working in our cities, the demand for urban green space also...

Urban Forest Social Dysfunction – It’s a Grass Roots Issue
Landscaping
Tuesday March 21 2017

Urban Forest Social Dysfunction – It’s a Grass Roots Issue

Why does the most important component of a tree still get neglected in urban forest design installation and maintenance?

Urban Forest Community Engagement
Landscaping
Tuesday January 10 2017

Urban Forest Community Engagement

Community engagement is arguably the single most important component in modern urban forestry.

Melbourne’s Trees Vulnerable to Climate Change
Landscaping
Thursday November 24 2016

Melbourne’s Trees Vulnerable to Climate Change

Almost four in every ten trees found in Melbourne’s streets, parks and natural landscapes are vulnerable to climate change, a report has found.

Growing the Urban Forest
Environment
Wednesday June 1 2016

Growing the Urban Forest

Climate change, like urbanisation, is happening rapidly. According to multiple government agencies worldwide, 2015 was the hottest year to date, taking over from 2014, and that...

Growing the Urban Forest
Environment
Thursday May 12 2016

Growing the Urban Forest

Climate change, like urbanisation, is happening rapidly. According to multiple government agencies worldwide, 2015 was the hottest year to date, taking over from 2014, and that...

Replacing Australia’s Vanishing Backyards with Urban Forests
Landscaping
Monday March 14 2016

Replacing Australia’s Vanishing Backyards with Urban Forests

As the population density of Australia’s major cities continues to rise unabated, urban landscapes are set to undergo dramatic change and new measures will be needed...