urban forestry


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urban forestry

[‚ər·bən ′fär·ə·strē]
(forestry)
The management of tree resources in and around cities and towns.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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KARACHI -- In a major push for increasing green cover in Karachi and mitigate the effects of climate change, Thar Foundation the CSR front for Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC) and Engro Powergen Thar Limited as announced a collaboration with the Urban Forestry for plantation of over 10,000 saplings across the metropolis.
That wind helps to lower temperature in the city.Sadly, in Karachi the crucial urban forestry is being given a little attention at both government and non-governmental level.
'In such a scenario, we have to promote urban forestry by covering the concrete surface with lush green potted plants, as well as by doing plantation along both sides of roads, canals and riverbanks running through the cities and towns,' he said.
KARACHI -- The Sindh government will start implementing its project to conduct urban forestry in the province within a month as Karachi is going to be the first city to undergo the massive plantation drive.
EDMOND The city of Edmond Urban Forestry Department has implemented a new program making trees available for neighborhood groups and K-12 public schools or their associated parent-teacher organizations.
As Executive Director of the Mississippi Urban Forestry Council, Donna Yowell is a true cheerleader for the virtues and benefits of urban forestry.
Therefore we have decided to adopt urban forestry to address heat issues, especially in urban areas.
When job creation is referenced, whether on the nightly news or in a president's State of the Union, urban forestry is rarely discussed, if at all.
ISLAMABAD:Boosting tree covers in urban areas through sustainable and community-centric urban forestry progrmmes can help transform cities into more sustainable, heat wave and urban flood-resilient, healthy, equitable and livable places.
ISLAMABAD -- Boosting tree covers in urban areas through sustainable and community-centric urban forestry programmes can help transform cities into more sustainable, heatwave and urban flood-resilient, healthy, equitable and livable places.
This is the 33rd consecutive year Mount Prospect has received the TCU Award, and the 14th time the Village has received the Growth Award for the Village's urban forestry program.