"Significant increase" in Dutch tree failure damage and compensation payouts, study finds

There has been a significant increase in both the annual frequency of incidents of damage due to tree failure caused by natural processes, and in the level of compensation claimed and paid out for such damage, according to a new Dutch study.

by Gavin McEwan
image: Pieter Edelman
image: Pieter Edelman

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