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The Wales Green Infrastructure Forum 2017, Bute Park Education Centre, Cardiff, 4th October

(31 August 2017)


"Tale of Two Cities"

Report by Landlife for Grow Wild and Royal Botanical Gardens Kew and which is likely to have influence across both Manchester and Liverpool city regions and an evolving concept of a 'Northern Flower House'.

(22 August 2017)


In September Greenspace Scotland will be publishing results from their 2017 Greenspace use and attitudes survey

(22 August 2017)


July 2017 the Ordnance Survey (OS) released an open dataset and free map of Britain's Greenspaces

(21 August 2017)


New Chair of UK MAB Urban Forum announced

At its meeting on 22 September the Forum elected Richard Scott, of Landlife, the National Wildflower Centre, to be its new Chair, succeeding Dr. Alison Millward. Ambra Burls and Judy Ling Wong continue as Vice-chairs.

(20 October 2015)


The UK Urban Ecology Forum is a network of people, includinecologists, artists, managers, planners and researchers, involved with the environment and nature conservation in urban areas.

Its distinctive contribution to this goal is integrated thinking.

It seeks to raise awareness; stimulate research; influence policy; improve the design and management of urban systems and push urban nature conservation up the social and political agenda.

Members of the UK Urban Ecology Forum come from a wide variety of backgrounds, from ecologists to academics and journalists, from NGOs to local authorities, government agencies and private consultancies, from those primarily concerned with conserving "nature" - plants, wildlife, biodiversity - to those who work with people and deal with the human impact of green space.

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