Treeconomics works internationally with community groups, research organisations, public bodies, municipalities and private business to complete projects which highlight the value of trees.
Once you value and understand a resource, you can start to manage it, making sure it provides benefits for future generations. With better information we can make better and more informed decisions about our natural resources.
We use a variety of different assessment tools and methods for our work, including the most widely used i-Tree Eco model. This is a peer reviewed, open source package, which we piloted in the UK with our project partners. Development is ongoing.
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Treeconomics Limited is a social enterprise, an organisation that applies commercial strategies to maximise improvements in human and environmental wellbeing, rather than maximising profits for external shareholders.
To highlight the benefits of trees.
Treeconomics works to understand how trees improve our urban spaces, making them better places to live.
We aim to demonstrate that trees are part of the solution for many of our urban problems – be that air pollution, climate adaptation, crime, or manifold others.
With towns and cities housing the largest populations of people, our Urban Forests hold the greatest potential to improve health and wellbeing, and stand at the frontline against Climate Change.
Meet the team
Treeconomics is managed by Kenton Rogers MICFor., CEnv., MSc For, M.Arbor.A., FRGS, and Keith Sacre MSc (Arb), BSc Hons (Arb) MICFor, both have significant experience in urban forestry, ecology and ecosystem resource management.
Kenton is a forestry consultant and has worked in the industry for over fifteen years starting out as a field technician with…Read more
Keith has over twenty year’s experience in local government as a nursery, parks and operations manager…Read more
Danielle HillUrban Forest Technician
Danielle recently joined the team in April. She has studied BSc Environmental Science at the University of Plymouth. She also brings with her an asssistant named Poppy.Read more
James WatsonUrban Forest Technician
James is a skilled field technician, heavily involved with field work. James was originally involved in the London i-Tree…Read more
Nadine MorebyMarketing & Events Coordinator
Nadine joined the Treeconomics team in June 2019. She will be coordinating the marketing of Treeconomics, as well as the various events that the organisation will host.Read more
Johan ÖstbergAssociate - Projects Manager Scandinavia
Johan works with both consultancy and research to create better management...Read more
Poppy HillHealth and Wellbeing Technician
Poppy has recently joined the team and is responsible for consistently promoting the benefits of trees and our natural environment!Read more