Nature in the city: turning knowledge into urban forestry practice

Develop your knowledge in urban forestry with a new massive open online course, focusing on urban design, forest ecology, socioeconomics, communication and much more.

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Nature in the city
Photo: ETIFOR.

Develop your passion for forestry, ecology and urban design while learning how to promote the green transition of cities! A new free online course, developed by Uforest in collaboration with the Politecnico di Milano, provides key knowledge on urban forestry and the different disciplines involved in it.

From arboriculture to urban planning, from ecology to community engagement, participants will gain the necessary tools to start promoting nature-based solutions for greener cities. Leading international experts in urban forestry will take part in the course, such as Cecil Konijnendijk (Nature Based Solutions Institute), Nadina Galle (Green City Watch), Maria Chiara Pastore (Politecnico di Milano), Joan Pino (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).

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Etifor
Etifor is a spin-off of the University of Padua that provides international consulting services to help organisations grasp the full value of the products and services provided by nature. The Etifor team improves the economic, environmental and social benefits of policies, projects and investments through applied science, proactive innovation and good governance and works with national and international clients.