EO for urban greenery management 2021-03-22T15:44:33+00:00

EO for urban greenery management

An EO4GEO Webinar | April 26th. 2021 at 4 PM CET

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e invite students interested in urban studies to take part in a webinar dedicated to the use of remote sensing data in the management of urban greenery.

Urban greenery is a key element of a healthy human environment. When properly designed and nurtured, it generates a variety of benefits for the purpose of climate change mitigation and adaptation in urban spaces. In the coming years, urban green management will put more focus on biodiversity conservation, protecting ecosystems and using nature-based solution, including green infrastructure.

By participating in the webinar the students will understand how to acquire data on urban greenery using remote sensing methods and how such collected data can be used to improve urban greenery management, especially in the context of climate change adaptation.

The webinar will be held in English. 

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Date

April 26th 2021 at 4:00 PM CET. Time duration: 1 h 30’.

Registration

Please register by using the link below. An email will be sent to your address with a link and instructions on how to join the webinar.

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Agenda

  • Introduction to the webinar
  • Presentation of the EO4GEO project
  • Ecosystem services provided by urban vegetation
  • Remote sensing data as an alternative to in situ studies
  • Warsaw case study – the Tree Crown Map

Organizer

    The Webinar is organized by UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Centre, in the framework of the EO4GEO project.

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