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Cities and the Internet of Nature | Nadina Galle | TEDxParcDuCinquantenaire

As millions of people move to cities every week, Nadina has made it her mission to build better places to live. In her talk, Nadina introduces us to the “Internet of Nature”, a novel paradigm for sustainable cities which weaves biology with the modern world of technology, in a surprising new way. She hopes her audience will look at cities with a different perspective, as only then can we truly call cities the future biotope of humankind. Nadina Galle is an ecological engineer, and the co-founder and CEO of Green City Watch, the award-winning geoAI platform for the development of urban forests. Nadine works at the intersection of ecology, technology, and innovation, where she implements novel ways to improve urban ecosystems. Her recent projects include defining “What cities can learn from human bodies”, co-developing the Urban Nature Map of Amsterdam, and founding the world’s first intensive summer course on ‘circular cities’, for which she still serves as Academic Director. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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