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Knowledge & Advice

Communicating Knowledge & Advice

At Urban Ecology in Action, our passion for building better cities where people and nature co-exist, inspires us to share cutting-edge knowledge, ideas and advice with engaged and interested audiences.

We seek to communicate our expertise and research findings to drive action towards the creation of cities for people and biodiversity.

We offer workshops, presentations, site walk & talks, training events, plus other group activities that share practical knowledge and advice.

In short, by engaging and inviting many people to contribute and build capabilities with us, we aim to create cities that are more sustainable, resilient and enjoyable places for people and nature to co-exist.

To find out how urban ecology knowledge could add value to your work, get in touch today.

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  • workshops – we offer a range of existing and tailor-made workshops where you can experience the urban ecology conversation and discover how it can add value to your projects
  • presentations – we regularly present our work at various forums. Click here to find out what’s coming up.
  • site walk & talks – unstructured conversations are often a great way to begin an urban ecology journey, especially when topics are prompted when walking through real landscapes. Register your interest today.
  • training events – we offer a range a range of existing and customised training events. Contact us to discuss your training needs.
  • knowledge sharing – we believe that knowledge sharing and open discussions are critical for accelerating impact and addressing major environmental challenges. Contact us if there’s something you want to share!

Key Past Projects


Merging realms workshop
Co-convened workshop to explore how we can integrate land, freshwater and marine ecosystems in urban landscapes to deliver better outcomes through consolidated efforts and investments.
Workshop co-convenors: Dr Ana Bugnot, UNSW; Dr Lizzy Lowe, Macquarie University; Dr Katherine Dafforn, UNSW.
Workshop sponsors: Sydney Institute of Marine Sciences, Mosman City Council, UNSW, University of Melbourne, Macquarie University Invited Speaker, The 3rd City – AILA Festival of Landscape Architecture, Sydney 13-14 October 2017
Delivered a presentation on ‘Cities and the more-than-human’ as part of the session on ‘3rd City Ecosystems’

Visiting Senior Fellow – School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore
Delivered two-week intensive ‘GeoDesign’ core module to Masters of Landscape Architecture Students

Useful Resources


Find out more about our biodiversity audit consultations and building project collaborations.