What is the economic value of greenery in a neighbourhood of a city? Find out at the ʻOro verdeʼ (ʻGreen Goldʼ) conference.
What is the value of those small green plots of land that brighten the grey urban landscape? The value is considerable and not only from a social point of view. Did you know that neighbourhood greenery also has an economic value? Every single square meter of greenery has a potential income ranging from 2.62 euros to 6.97 euros per year… This will be one of the topics discussed at ʻOro verde - What is the value of nature in cities?ʼ, a conference to be held at Flormart in Padova, on 28th September.ʻOro verdeʼ: a conference to evaluate the ecosystem services.
The so-called ʻecosystem servicesʼ are categorised in four main types: supporting services, regulating services, provisioning services and socio-cultural services. They are defined as “the capacity of processes and natural components to provide goods and services that satisfy human needs, directly or indirectly, and to ensure life of all other species”. This and much more will be discussed at ʻOro verde - What is the value of nature in citiesʼ. The conference will be held at Flormart in Padova, on 28th September.Bioindicators in urban areas: one of the topics to be discussed at the ʻOro verdeʼ conference.
The presence of certain animal species in urban environments represents an indication of its ecological quality. Some of these species serve as real bioindicators and they are extremely useful for assessing the state of the environment. Which are these species? Come and find out on Saturday 28th September at Flormart in Padova, where it will be discussed during the conference ʻOro verde - What is the value of nature in cities?ʼ conference.ʻOro verdeʼ - What is the value of nature in cities?" conference.