His main research concerns Ecosystem services, Environmental planning, Urban forestry, Green infrastructure and Environmental resource management. His Ecosystem services research incorporates elements of Ecoforestry, Forest ecology, Sustainability and Urban ecosystem. His Environmental planning research integrates issues from Global and Planetary Change and Urban planning.
His Urban forestry study combines topics in areas such as Marketing, Socioeconomics and Environmental protection. The various areas that Raffaele Lafortezza examines in his Green infrastructure study include Urban climate, Spatial planning and Urban forest. His Environmental resource management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Climate change adaptation, Ecosystem management and Ecosystem health.
Raffaele Lafortezza spends much of his time researching Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Ecosystem services, Ecology and Green infrastructure. His research integrates issues of Urbanization, Sustainability, Urban planning and Recreation in his study of Environmental planning. His Environmental resource management study also includes
In Ecosystem services, he works on issues like Ecosystem management, which are connected to Ecosystem health. His Green infrastructure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Urban forestry and Psychological resilience. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spatial ecology and Species richness.
Physical geography, Ecosystem services, Green infrastructure, Context and Psychological resilience are his primary areas of study. Raffaele Lafortezza has included themes like Mediterranean climate and Ecosystem in his Physical geography study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Remote sensing application, Sustainable management, Urban forestry, Regional science and Remote sensing in addition to Ecosystem services.
His Urban forestry research includes themes of Energy balance, Surface energy balance, Forest ecology and Tree canopy. He usually deals with Green infrastructure and limits it to topics linked to Environmental economics and Efficient energy use. His Psychological resilience study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sustainability and Adaptive capacity.
Raffaele Lafortezza mostly deals with Ecosystem services, Green infrastructure, Psychological resilience, Sustainability and Urban forestry. The Ecosystem services study combines topics in areas such as Regional science and Sustainable management. His Sustainable management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of DPSIR, Environmental planning, Urban heat island, Climate resilience and Urbanization.
His research in Green infrastructure intersects with topics in Public land and Adaptive capacity. His study in Psychological resilience is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental economics, Economic system and Sustainable development. His Urban forestry research includes elements of Remote sensing and Urban ecosystem.
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Go greener, feel better? The positive effects of biodiversity on the well-being of individuals visiting urban and peri-urban green areas
Landscape and Urban Planning (2015)
The MIMOSE Approach to Support Sustainable Forest Management Planning at Regional Scale in Mediterranean Contexts
Benefits and well-being perceived by people visiting green spaces in periods of heat stress.
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2009)
Green Infrastructure as a tool to support spatial planning in European urban regions
Iforest - Biogeosciences and Forestry (2013)
The health benefits of nature-based solutions to urbanization challenges for children and the elderly - A systematic review
Nadja Kabisch;Matilda van den Bosch;Raffaele Lafortezza.
Environmental Research (2017)
Nature-based solutions for resilient landscapes and cities.
Environmental Research (2017)
Urban forests, ecosystem services, green infrastructure and nature-based solutions: Nexus or evolving metaphors?
Francisco J. Escobedo;Vincenzo Giannico;Chi Yung Jim;Giovanni Sanesi.
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2019)
Staying in touch with nature and well-being in different income groups: The experience of urban parks in Bogotá
Landscape and Urban Planning (2016)
Relations between naturalness and perceived restorativeness of different urban green spaces
Recreational ecosystem services in European cities: Sociocultural and geographical contexts matter for park use
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