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Case studies from across Australia will be used to highlight the drivers of positive change that are influencing cooler, greener and healthier neighbourhoods, including engaging communities, more climate resilient species diversity, making space for larger growing trees and integrated outcomes. Lyndal Plant from LPUF will lead the discussion. Lyndal will be joined by Alex Brown and Chris Madigan from ARUP to discuss the AILA award winning Gold Coast Tree Canopy Study.
We look forward to AILA members sharing and discussing their thoughts and experiences of the challenges and opportunities for improving urban greening within Queensland urban centres and projects.
Date: Wednesday 3 November 2021
Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm AEST (QLD time). Please refer to your local timezone.
CPD: 2 CPD points
Cost: Free for AILA members. $20 for non-members. Registration essential to receive the recording and CPD points.
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83815146805 Meeting ID: 838 1514 6805
Questions: Direct any event queries to Melanie West - [email protected]
Lyndal Plant Urban Forester (LPUF) recognises the collective forest of trees growing across all urban landholdings as a network of multi purpose green assets, critical to the liveability of towns and cities. As a highly reputed specialist, LPUF offers robust and relevant evidence-gathering to build and review urban forest policy and strategy.
Thank you to our Principal State Partner, Eureka Landscapes for supporting this event:
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