In this episode, we talk to Dr Nadina Galle, ecological engineer and founder of the Internet of Nature concept and podcast. Nadina describes ways that technology can facilitate interactions between humans and nature in urban environments, from monitoring soil and tree health, to quantifying and incentivising public health impacts of spending time outside, to communicating about and across ecosystems.
Interviewers: Michelle Westerlaken and Jennifer Gabrys
Producer: Harry Murdoch
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This radio episode was produced by the Smart Forests project funded by the European Research Council. Smart Forests is led by Professor Jennifer Gabrys and is based in the Department of Sociology at the University of Cambridge.
Smart Forests Atlas materials are free to use for non-commercial purposes (with attribution) under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. To cite this radio episode: Galle, Nadina, Michelle Westerlaken, and Jennifer Gabrys, "Nadina Galle: Internet of Nature", Smart Forests Atlas (2023), https://atlas.smartforests.net/en/radio/nadina-galle/
Header image credit: A graphic representation of the Internet of Nature concept. Image source: Nadina Galle. Retrieved 4 January 2023, from https://www.nadinagalle.com/ion.