Woodland valuations throw up challenges

Putting a value on the multiple benefits provided by trees and woodland can help make the case for their establishment and maintenance, but this presents challenges in practice, a Woodland Trust seminar at the University of Birmingham heard earlier this month.

by Gavin McEwan
Mill Haft: open-air laboratory studying effects of higher CO2 levels on tree growth and the woodland ecosystem - image: BIFoR
Mill Haft: open-air laboratory studying effects of higher CO2 levels on tree growth and the woodland ecosystem - image: BIFoR

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