Exploring the latest European trends in tech-driven urban forestry.
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Guangzhou Institute of Forestry and Landscape Architecture Keynote
Guangzhou is the capital and most populous city of the province of Guangdong in southern China. On invitation from the Guangzhou Institute of Forestry and Landscape Architecture, I delivered a keynote on the European trends in urban forestry and the use of emerging technologies to better manage these ecosystems. Guangzhou itself has forested 42% of its urban land, which means it offers a staggering 16.5 m2 of green space per resident—despite its 20+ million population. Amongst others, we visited Haizhu Wetland Park, the largest urban wetland among China's super metropolises with an area of 1,100 hectares, about 3 times larger than New York's Central Park.
Guangzhou Institute of Forestry and Landscape Architecture
Ideation, Keynote, Subject Matter Expert