The e-book, Cities for People and Nature, reflects on the CAUL Hub's key findings following six years of research. The content follows several key themes: Cities are Indigenous Places, Air Quality, Urban Greening, Urban Biodiversity and Future Cities. We hope you find it engaging, thought-provoking and inspiring, as we all prepare to tackle the many environmental and social challenges that cities will face in coming decades.
The launch of our e-book follows an exciting series of #CitiesPeopleNature events.
Webinar showcase: Hear from our e-book authors in this special webinar recording. Researchers from a wide variety of fields showcased their findings and engaged in live Q&As throughout the day. The showcase culminated in two panel discussions curated for specific audiences within government and policy, industry and practice.
MPavilion panel: Cities for People and Nature researchers hosted a panel discussion at the MPavilion. Watch as our panellists unpack their learnings on the sustainability and liveability of our urban areas
Sounds of nature in the city
Poorneet (Tadpole season) – frog spring
Buath Gurru (Grass-flowering season) and Garrawang (Kangaroo-apple season) – frog summer
Waring (Wombat season) – frog autumn and winter
Key term descriptions coming in early 2021.