UK Urban Ecology Forum

affiliated to UN-Habitat


UK Urban Ecology Forum has been invited to send a delegate to UN-Habitatís First Global Stakeholder Forum in Nairobi May 25th and 26th 2019

(09 May 2019)

UK Urban Ecology Forum's application for affiliation to UN-Habitat has been approved

(09 May 2019)

George Barker, the founder of UK MAB Urban Forum, sadly passed away on May 1st aged 78

(23 May 2018)

"Tale of Two Cities"

Report by Landlife for Grow Wild and Royal Botanical Gardens Kew and which is likely to have influence across both Manchester and Liverpool city regions and an evolving concept of a 'Northern Flower House'.

(22 August 2017)

UN Habitat has adopted the New Urban Agenda

(19 August 2017)

The UK Urban Ecology Forum is a network of people, includinecologists, artists, managers, planners and researchers, involved with the environment and nature conservation in urban areas.

Its distinctive contribution to this goal is integrated thinking.

It seeks to raise awareness; stimulate research; influence policy; improve the design and management of urban systems and push urban nature conservation up the social and political agenda.

Members of the UK Urban Ecology Forum come from a wide variety of backgrounds, from ecologists to academics and journalists, from NGOs to local authorities, government agencies and private consultancies, from those primarily concerned with conserving "nature" - plants, wildlife, biodiversity - to those who work with people and deal with the human impact of green space.


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