In this radio episode, we speak to Sophie Nitoslawski, PhD candidate in urban forestry at the University of British Columbia (UBC). Sophie talks about the ecological and social importance of urban forests, public and private sector collaborations, and the need to think across multiple scales when designing and implementing smart forest technologies.
Interviewers: Jennifer Gabrys and Max Ritts
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: Nitoslawski, Sophie, Jennifer Gabrys, and Max Ritts, "Sophie Nitoslawski: Smart Urban Forestry in Canada", Smart Forests Atlas (2023), https://atlas.smartforests.net/en/radio/sophie-nitoslawski/
Header image: The urban forest at UBC. Image source: Sophie Nitoslawski [image]. Retrieved 19 June 2022, from https://urbandatalab.io/blog/using-existing-data-to-tackle-big-urban-forest-questions-introducing-sophie/