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

Kathleen Wolf Small

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 when one encounters large trees. Newton was but one […]

Urban Trees Conference Highlights Economic Value of Trees

The forthcoming Trees, People and the Built Environment II (TPBE II) conference, 2-3 April, University of Birmingham, is set to highlight the benefits of trees in an urban environment, including the advantages that they can bring to the economy. A pre-conference article delivered by Dr Kathleen Wolf, Research Social Scientist, University of Washington, highlights the […]