My research strives to understand the social and ecological dynamics of urban natural resources to create resilient cities, with a focus on urban forests. I study how people relate to urban nature, understanding the role that urban nature plays in climate change adaptation, improving management and planning processes of urban nature, advancing green infrastructure technology (e.g.
structural soil cells), and modelling socio-ecological systems in cities, with a focus on urban forests.
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Global Review Of Incentive Schemes For The Retention And Successful Establishment Of Trees..
Does social mix reduce stigma in public housing? A comparative analysis of two housing est..
Trends in Urban Forestry Research in Latin America & The Caribbean: A Systematic Literatur..
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Does social mix reduce stigma in public housing? A comparative analysis of two housing estates in Melbourne
Kate Raynor, Laura Panza, Camilo Ordóñez, Mladen Adamovic, Melissa A Wheeler
Journal article | 2020 | Cities
In Australia and many other countries of the Global North, public housing estates are being dismantled and redeveloped to create m..
Trends in Urban Forestry Research in Latin America & The Caribbean: A Systematic Literature Review and Synthesis
Camilo Ordóñez Barona, Tahia Devisscher, Cynnamon Dobbs, Luis Orozco Aguilar, Mariana Dias Baptista, Nuria Mónica Navarro, Demóstenes Ferreira da Silva Filho, Francisco J Escobedo
Journal article | 2020 | Urban Forestry & Urban Greening
Multicultural gardeners and park users benefit from and attach diverse values to urban nature spaces
Monika Egerer, Camilo Ordóñez, Brenda B Lin, Dave Kendal
Journal article | 2019 | Urban Forestry & Urban Greening
Cities across the world increasingly reflect the ethno-cultural diversity of a globalized society. How people interact with, and e..
Urban forest governance and decision-making: A systematic review and synthesis of the perspectives of municipal managers
Camilo Ordonez, Caragh G Threlfall, Dave Kendal, Dieter F Hochuli, Melanie Davern, Richard A Fuller, Rodney van der Ree, Stephen J Livesley
Journal article | 2019 | Landscape and Urban Planning
Nature-Based Solutions for Urban Climate Change Adaptation: Linking Science, Policy, and Practice Communities for Evidence-Based Decision-Making
Niki Frantzeskaki, Timon McPhearson, Marcus J Collier, Dave Kendal, Harriet Bulkeley, Adina Dumitru, Claire Walsh, Kate Noble, Ernita Van Wyk, Camilo Ordonez, Cathy Oke, Laszlo Pinter
Journal article | 2019 | BioScience
Nature-based solutions offer an exciting prospect for resilience building and advancing urban planning to address complex urban ch..
Polycentric governance in nature-based solutions: insights from Melbourne urban forest managers
Journal article | 2019 | Landscape Architecture Frontiers
Nature-based solutions can help build resilience in urban landscapes. New governance arrangements have been suggested for assistin..
Research Fellow (Urban Trees, People & Wildlife)
Ecosystem And Forest Sciences
Masters of Science
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Bachelor of Science
Jacobs University Bremen