7 - 12 July 2019
in Filzbach, Switzerland

This summer school is organized by the Swiss Federal Institute of Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL in cooperation with the Global Land Programme GLP and University of Berne. The lecturers build a multi-disciplinary group of renowned scientists from WSL, ETH Zurich, Wageningen University, Free University of Amsterdam, and University of Berne.

Special Issue of Remote Sensing (MDPI) "Remote Sensing of Urban Forests"

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 28 November 2018

Through the provision of ecosystem services (ESS), urban forests and green infrastructures provide multiple benefits for urban dwellers making cities more resilient to climate change by enhancing, for example, the degree of shading, evaporative cooling, rainwater interception and storage and filtration functions.

Cambridge University Press has published a very interesting monograph about European Landscapes in Transition.

European Landscapes in Transition
Implications for Policy and Practice