And just like that, 2019 and another decade is nearing its end.
This year, the long-known scientific findings on climate change have continued to ascend to greater social and political significance. The accumulation of extreme weather events, such as prolonged droughts in Australia, clearly indicate that climate change is not just a computer modeled forecast, but a global reality.
A reality that is increasingly threatening the public health of millions of urban communities and compromising their overall quality of life. This highlights the need to better understand the anthropogenic consequences on the environment in order to develop resilient and sustainable solutions for our future landscape and cities.
The use of vegetated infrastructure to mitigate the negative effects of climate change in urban areas will become one of the most important tools in urban design in the coming decade. We will therefore open a new chapter in vegetation analysis with the ENVI_MET TreePass, to be released in the summer of 2020.
With Christmas just around the corner, we wish you a well-deserved rest and happy times with family and friends for the coming holidays, may the new year fulfill all your wishes.
We thank you for your successful and trusting cooperation.