Urban Tree Pit Comparative Study

Urban Tree Pit Comparative Study The University of Greenwich are conducting an urban tree study to investigate different tree pit systems currently available in the marketplace, which provide suitable root volumes for the long-term success of trees in hard landscapes. During the last two weeks of July, twelve tree pits were excavated and GreenBlue Urban’s […]

Trees in Hard Landscapes: A Guide for Delivery

Trees in Hard Landscapes: A Guide for Delivery A consultation draft of Trees in Hard Landscapes: A Guide for Delivery has been published by the Trees and Design Action Group (TDAG).

City Trees for Beauty, Health and Economic Value – Dr Kathleen Wolf

City Trees for Beauty, Health, and Economic Value Trees, People, and the Built Environment II: pre-conference article Kathleen L. Wolf, Ph.D., Research Social Scientist; College of the Environment, University of Washington (Seattle, U.S.A.)     Insightful people have long noted not only the beauty of trees, but also the thoughts, emotions, and inspirations that emerge […]

Community Engagement in Public Sector Urban Tree Management

Community Engagement in Public Sector Urban Tree Management Researchers in the UK are calling on arboriculturists to take part in their survey ‘Community Engagement in Public Sector Urban Tree Management in the UK’. Christopher Neilan, EATaLOG, Ian McDermott, MTOA and Rupert Bentley-Walls, LTOA are carrying out research to explore current practice and attitudes towards community […]

Urban Forestry Research Conference: Last Call for Early Birds

Trees, People and the Built Environment II: Last Call for Early Birds With less than two weeks left of Early Bird bookings for the forthcoming, urban trees research conference, Trees,People and the Built Environment II (TPBE II), organisers are issuing a final notice of discounts. Early Bird rates will finish on 31 January, at which […]

Conference Programme Highlights Bright Future for Urban Forestry

Conference Programme Highlights Bright Future for Urban Forestry As a world-class conference programme for Trees, People and the Built Environment II (TPBE II) is announced, key themes emerging for the event include the future for our urban forests and the global shift towards biophilic cities. International Experts in Urban Forestry Delegates at the forthcoming TPBE […]

Urban Trees Conference Attracts Early Birds

Urban Trees Research Conference Attracts Early Birds The “Early Bird” saving on the full ticket price for April’s major international urban trees research conference, Trees, People and the Built Environment II (TPBE II), is proving popular. Within minutes of the online booking system opening for the two day conference on 2-3 April in Birmingham, a […]

Urban Forest Conference Goes Global With Call for Papers and Sponsorship Success

Urban Forest Conference Goes Global With Call for Papers and Sponsorship Success The Call for Papers for major international urban trees research conference Trees, People and the Built Environment II (TPBEII) has now closed, with submissions from a record number of countries and a guarantee from the conference partners of a world-class programme. In addition, […]

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