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Public Texts @ IIHS | The Urban Treeverse | Harini Nagendra, Seema Mundoli and Rohini Nilekani

Climate & Biodiversity | Jul 25, 2019

Harini Nagendra, Seema Mundoli and Rohini Nilekani in conversation about the book, Cities and Canopies (Penguin, 2019). They discuss trees as memory keepers of cities.

 

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