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Giuliana Casimirri, PhD, is an environmental sociologist, intercultural negotiation and community forest researcher, kid and nature connector and organic gardener.
Hamilton's Urban Forest Woes - Without an urban forest management plan, when the next invasive species, or ice storm, or severe-weather event rolls in, we will continue to lose more limbs. Published May 12, 2016 in Special Report: Urban Forest
Hamilton's Urban Forest: What is it and How is it Doing? - Despite its many benefits, little community or municipal effort has gone into ensuring that Hamilton's urban forest, as a whole, is protected, enhanced, and appreciated into the future. Published September 22, 2014 in Special Report: Urban Forest
Hamilton's Urban Forest Needs Better Protection - Tree planting, naturalization and restoration in the City of Hamilton needs to happen on private land, in a more strategic and better supported way, and in a hurry. Published February 28, 2014 in Special Report: Urban Forest