The town of Sax hosted last month the 1st Urban Tree Journey, aimed to professionals in the field (forest technicians, students, biologists, educators and environmental managers, area politicians, etc.)

It was a journey for debate and understanding, opening up new ideas and perspectives for better management and conservation of trees in cities.

Gerard Passola was one of the speakers of this Conference and spoke about the need for local administrations to take preventive measures, to promote the life of urban trees, instead of employing policies that are too protectionist.

Here is the video summary of his speech:

You can also see the lectures given by José Antonio Corraliza (specialist in environmental psychology) and Susana Domínguez (forestry engineer and president of Bosques sin Fronteras).