CITYGREEN - Biodiversity in the Urban Landscape
- Jun. 5, 2012 - SINGAPORE --
The Centre for Urban Greenery & Ecology is pleased to announce the release of the fourth issue of CITYGREEN. The theme for this latest issue is "Biodiversity in the Urban Landscape".
puts together articles contributed by well known experts and respected researchers. These include Dr Stewart Pickett who explains the framework and concept to better understand urban biodiversity through the illustration in the Baltimore Ecosystem Study; Chris Russell who takes readers on a tour to Cranbourne’s biolinks in Australia and Bruce Clarkson who guides readers through the reconstruction of Hamilton’s indigenous ecosystems.
The special feature on the multi-faceted approach to enhancing urban biodiversity in Singapore shares details on the "Singapore Index on Cities’ Biodiversitysity"
and takes a deeper look at some of the hidden, rich biodiversity nested beneath its concrete surface, from birds (such as the majestic hornbill) to insects (such as colourful butterflies and glowing fireflies).
For its full content listing and on-line subscription, please visit http://www.citygreen.sg