The benefits of our green infrastructure and natural capital are being appreciated more and more. Some examples of case studies, articles and papers we have been involved with include:
Our latest study combined an i-Tree Eco project with an amenity tree valuation using CAVAT and also a storm water valuation using the Green Infrastructure Valuation Toolkit, highlighting the versatility of these tools. The study was carried out for Victoria Business Improvement District. To download a copy of the report, just click on the link Download Victoria i-Tree report.
• Torbay’s Urban Forest – Assessing Urban Forest Effects and Values Treeconomics has now published the full report on the findings from the i-Tree Eco pilot project in Torbay. The results demonstrate that the tree stocks of even a medium-sized local authority can represent a significant structural and environmental asset. To download a copy of the report, please click here.
Treeconomics, in association with Treework Environmental Practice, has provided an i-Tree Eco training and support package to quantify the societal benefits of Luton Borough Council’s parks, thereby facilitating Luton in delivering long-term sustainable ecosystem services for its residents.
A report on the i-Tree and Treeconomics / Torbay presentations at the 2011 Institute of Chartered Foresters conference.
Torbay adopts i-Tree software that ‘puts a value on trees’ article.
A copy of the presentation given by Kenton of Treeconomics at the Canopy event, jointly organised by RIBA Knowledge Community for Urban Trees and the Tree Design & Action Group can be downloaded by clicking here.
An article which appeared in Tree News outlining the Torbay project can be downloaded by clicking here.
We hope that you found the above reference materials useful. If you have any resulting questions or enquiries or you need further information, then please do not hesitate to contact us.