What makes the CAVAT method so useful in protecting urban trees?

Urban development pressure combined with local authorities' tight budgets can put public assets such as trees at risk. But the authors of a new report on CAVAT (Capital Asset Value for Amenity Trees) say the method is a valuable tool for safeguarding these.

by Gavin McEwan
Image: Public Domain Pictures (CC0 1.0)
Image: Public Domain Pictures (CC0 1.0)

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