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Zhaohua Cheng, Lorien Nesbitt, Sophie Nitoslawski, Cecil Konijnendijk, and Stephen Sheppard

Zhaohua Cheng is a PhD candidate at the faculty of forestry at the University of British Columbia (UBC). Lorien Nesbitt is assistant professor at the faculty of forestry, UBC. Sophie Nitoslawski is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Forestry, UBC. Cecil Konijnendijk is director of the Nature Based Solutions Institute and professor at the faculty of forestry, UBC. Stephen Sheppard is professor and director of the Collaborative for Advanced Landscape Planning, UBC. 

An aerial view of Vancouver. As society is opening up again, we will see a rise in our greenhouse gas emissions post-COVID. This makes it even more important for cities to take appropriate climate action, with well-aligned, mutually supportive policies that include urban forests in the fight against climate change. Photograph courtesy of Commons Wikimedia
An aerial view of Vancouver. As society is opening up again, we will see a rise in our greenhouse gas emissions post-COVID. This makes it even more important for cities to take appropriate climate action, with well-aligned, mutually supportive policies that include urban forests in the fight against climate change. Photograph courtesy of Commons Wikimedia