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  • November, 2022

    26 November 2022

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    Upside Down Nature: Musings of a Terrestrial Urban Ecologist ‘At Sea’
    Pippin Anderson, Cape Town

    I recently had the great pleasure and privilege of a holiday on a boat in the Maldives. I had never sailed before, and am by no means an ocean-going character (indeed I took a year of swimming lessons in anticipation of this holiday), so the whole experience of being at...

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    25 November 2022

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    Nature for All: How can we uproot structural inequity in the provision of nature and its benefits to people?
    Samarth Das, Mumbai Marthe Derkzen, Arnhem/Nijmegen Joost Gerretschen, Arnhem/Gelderland Rob McDonald, Basel Praneeta Mudaliar, Mississauga Stephanie Pincetl, Los Angeles Rebecca Rutt, Copenhagen Henriette Steiner, Copenhagen Huda Shaka, Dubai Ebony Walden, Richmond María Mejía, Bogotá Steward Pickett, Poughkeepsie Rebecca Bratspies, New York City

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    9 November 2022

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    Greening Buildings and the Potential for More Biodiversity and Well-being in Switzerland
    Nathalie Baumann, Zurich Anke Domschky, Zurich

    Project study within the framework of the Swiss Biodiversity Strategy Action Plan Increasing building density is putting pressure on green spaces and thus on the living conditions for flora, fauna, and humans. However, the sixth IPPC report and the COVID-19 pandemic clearly show green spaces that enable recreation and the...

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    2 November 2022

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    Eco-Urbanism and Urban Resilience Become More Critical Against a Background of a Global War
    Fadi Hamdan, Athens

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has exacerbated existing problems in global supply chains of two fundamental commodities, namely energy and food, which in turn are leading to soaring inflation. In response, several countries are abandoning their commitments made at the COP26 conference to reduce carbon emissions and instead going back to...

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    October, 2022

    24 October 2022

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    They Didn’t Pave “Paradise”, They Ploughed It
    Lincoln Garland, Bath

    The Year 2007 marked the arrival of the Urban Millennium when most of the world’s population became urban for the first time in human history (UNDESA, 2009). The proportion is now at least 55% and the global urban population is predicted to increase by 2.5 billion over the next 30...

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    17 October 2022

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    Urban Spiders – Fuzzy Friends or Fearsome Foes?
    Timothy Bonebrake, Hong Kong

    Spiders are among my favorite urban neighbors. They’re flashy, charismatic, and they’re everywhere. Spiders also evoke a range of emotions and thoughts from their human cohabitants. If you see one in your house do you squish it? Do you capture it gently and relocate it? Do you run away screaming?...

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    12 October 2022

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    Natives in Exile—The Experience We Had Creating a Flower Garden Featuring Endemic Plant Species in the City
    Nadezhda Kiyatkina, Moscow

    Last year in spring, we came up with an idea of creating a flower garden that would only feature native plant species. Why is that both difficult and important? And what conclusions can we draw after a full year of watching the flower garden grow and seeing how both community...

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    5 October 2022

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    Landscapes Can Talk
    Ashley Jankowski, Ann Arbor Joan Nassauer, Ann Arbor

    It’s July. With the windows down, drive to the corner of Hudson Street and Netherwood Avenue. Pull into the driveway lined with Marigolds and with Morning Glories climbing the mailbox. You might miss the street sign, which is regularly hidden behind Sunflowers 10 feet high, but you can’t miss the...

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    September, 2022

    28 September 2022

    Can You Hear the Waves of Poverty?
    Cha-Ly Koh, Kuala Lumpur

    While the award-winning movie Parasite (2019) by Bong Joon-ho was iconic in many ways, a terrifying scene haunts me more often than others. The scene is one where the one of the central families of the movie, the Kims, rush back to their semi-basement apartment only to discover it is...

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    22 September 2022

    Artists and scientists that co-create regenerative projects in cities?
    Yes, please. But how?

    Funmi Adeniyi, Cape Town Madhur Anand, Guelph Eduardo Blanco, Senlis Lindsay Campbell, New York Paul Currie, Cape Town Edith de Guzman, Los Angeles David Haley, Ulverston Carmen Bouyer, Paris Chris Fremantle, Ayrshire, Scotland Sarah Hines, Washington Keitaro Ito, Fukutsu City Dave Kendal, Hobart Christopher Kennedy, New York Nikki Lindt, New York Patrick M. Lydon, Daejeon David Maddox, New York Daniel McCormick, San Francisco Bay Area Mary Miss, New York City Mary O’Brien, San Francisco Bay Area Marguerite Perret, Topeka Cristián Pietrapiana, New York Baixo Ribeiro, São Paulo Eric Sanderson, New York Wendy Wischer, Salt Lake City Ania Upstill, New York

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    19 September 2022

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    How Big Is My House in the City? Animal Territory Size Inside Urban Areas
    Luis Sandoval, San José

    How big is your house and property? Is it smaller or larger than you want it to be? Or is it just the right size? Do your house and property give you all that you need? Do you live in a neighborhood with many neighbors or not enough? Are your...

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    3 September 2022

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    Species on the Move: Assisted Migration in an Era of Rapid Change
    Daniel Phillips, Lubbock

    In April of 2022, the New York Times ran a viral piece on its front page entitled Trying Everything, Including Lettuce, to Save Florida’s Beloved Manatees. It details a sordid tale of Floridian Manatees — sea cows — struggling for survival amid a riverine habitat polluted by industrial effluents and...

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    August, 2022

    26 August 2022

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    Challenges of Formal-Informal Collaboration in Lilongwe, Malawi
    Andrew Hughes, Sheffield Jose Puppim, São Paulo

    Informal organizational structures are commonly involved with greening efforts in cities, such as waste recycling and urban agriculture efforts. They are particularly relevant in cities of the Global South, where large percentages of the economy and labour are in the informal sector. Collaboration between the formal and informal sectors poses...

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    17 August 2022

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    Committing to Diversity in the Research on People’s Perceptions of Urban Nature
    Camilo Ordóñez, Melbourne Janina Kowalski, Toronto

    Many cities around the world are planning to enhance urban nature. For example, many global cities have promised to plant a million trees, such as Shanghai, New York, Singapore, and Miami, and there are large tree planting initiatives in Uttar Pradesh, Ethiopia, and China, among many others. But most of...

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    11 August 2022

    Discovering Metropolitan Detroit’s Wild Side Through The Great Lakes Way
    John Hartig, Windsor

    The portion of the Great Lakes basin ecosystem stretching from southern Lake Huron through western Lake Erie is a unique urban refugium where the tapestry of life has been woven with elegance, where the music of life has been rehearsed to perfection for thousands of years, where nature’s colors are...

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    5 August 2022

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    What Are the Cities Doing to Protect Pollinators and the Biodiversity?
    Ana Pinheira, Guimarães Guilherme Sequeira Braga, Guimarães

      Biodiversity faces increasing challenges with the development of cities. Land-use change, intensive agricultural management and pesticide use, invasive alien species, diseases, climate change, and environmental pollution are threatening bees and other pollinators. Helping them to survive means ensuring food security and maintaining healthy ecosystems. Nature conservation and the improvement...

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    July, 2022

    24 July 2022

    A large room with high arched ceilings, skylights, and a skeleton hanging from the ceiling while people stand around below
    Charles Darwin and the Guy from Upstairs: A visit to the Natural History Museum
    Joseph Rabie, Montreuil

    At the end of November 2021, spending a few days in London, I paid a far too brief visit to the Natural History Museum. I had devoted the daylight hours to a survey of the skyscrapers burgeoning in the City’s business district and got to the museum just as the...

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    10 July 2022

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    Then Came the Crash
    Andreas Weber, Berlin

    I wasn’t in a good shape when I broke the sparrowhawk’s wings. A gray sky over Berlin, a cold eastern wind. An early March day that never had properly lighted up and already started to sink back into dawn. No rain, no snow, but this dry and uncomfortable wind. I...

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    June, 2022

    29 June 2022

    Photo Essay: Seoul and the Call of the Urban Wild
    Patrick M. Lydon, Daejeon

    In the most densely populated city in the developed world, people walk to work through a forest instead of driving in traffic. They take vacations on the metro, family picnics on the edge of a cliff, and routinely walk from their doorstep into a vast urban national park called Bukhansan....

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    20 June 2022

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    Blowing in the Wind: Leaf Blower Disservices for Human and Ecosystem Health in the City
    Lidiya Beida, Toronto Felix Lambert, Inujuak Emma Despland, Montréal Rebecca Tittler, Montréal Carly Ziter, Montreal

    Reconsidering leaf blowers Calls for the ban of leaf blowers in urban centers are on the rise, including community group initiatives, municipal bans, opinion pieces, and proposed state/provincial and national-level legislation. The reasons include noise pollution, particulates, and other conventional pollutants, greenhouse gas emissions, and ecological disruption. Understanding the interconnected...

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