A poster highlighting some of the many benefits our trees provide.
Developed by the Trees and Design Action Group, the Trees in the Townscape Guide offers a comprehensive set of 12 action-oriented principles which can be adapted to your own town or city.
Natural England published this report in September 2013, which was commissioned to draw together the most widely used tools and assess them against research standards for natural science and economics. In the report, i-Tree is judged as fit for purpose.
The report (commissioned to advise the Government on the future of England’s forests and woodlands) calls for the benefits of England’s woods and forests to be re-valued for all the services they provide. Treeconomics’ Torbay project was highlighted in the report.
This guide has been designed to facilitate an increase in i-Tree Eco projects across the UK, by enabling communities to conduct their own, through the provision of guidance, support and experience.
Intern James Chaplin talks about his role at Treeconomics and the different kinds of work he has been involved in.
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Tree tags are a great way to publicly display the ecosystem services provided by the trees in our communities.