We recently came across a most interesting blog, The Nature of Cities, which features in-depth essays on almost every conceivable dimension of urban ecology — from green infrastructure to urban wildlife to water to transportation systems to energy consumption to pollution.
The contributors come from around the globe and represent a wide range of interests and expertise. As the website notes, “all are passionate about urban nature and its importance for people. Urban social-ecology is fundamentally multidisciplinary, and we are a diverse group, including ecologists, sociologists, architects, designers, leaders of NGO’s, city managers, professors, and nature writers. Explore [this] map . . . to see who we are and where we live.”