Conference Speakers

The 54th Amenity Conference 2021

The 54th AA National Amenity Conference

TREES & SOCIETY ON-DEMAND

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SPEAKERS AND ABSTRACTS

THE SOCIAL BENEFITS AND PERCEPTIONS OF TREES

Camilo Ordóñez

Camilo Ordóñez

The multiple values of urban forests: why and how are urban trees important to people

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Claudia García-Ventura

Claudia García-Ventura

Urban trees: the characteristics most valued by citizens

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Peter Duinker

Peter Duinker

The Value of Valuing Trees: Don’t Ignore the Incalculable!

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Helen Davies

Helen Davies

Citizen and business attitudes towards urban trees and the ecosystem services they provide

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Rob Northrop

Rob Northrop

Incorporating social science into arboricultural and urban forestry decision making

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Catherine Nuttgens

Catherine Nuttgens

Community forestry in Sheffield

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TREES, PEOPLE, COMMUNITY AND CULTURE

Tom Reed

Tom Reed

Ancient Tree Inventory - how citizen science can produce a national database of ancient trees

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Dimitris Tsimplinas

Dimitris Tsimplinas

Urban trees in Ancient Greece

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Anastasia Petsi

Anastasia Petsi

Urban trees in Greek mythology

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Ted Green

Ted Green M.B.E.

Four oaks and a Celtic maple

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Stefania Gasperini

Stefania Gasperini

Veteran Trees: from technical to ethical arboriculture

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Jessica Stocks

Jessica Stocks

Diversity matters

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Rebecca Gosling

Rebecca Gosling

Harnessing the benefit of trees through the use of Citizen Science

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TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE

Andy Gardner

Andy Gardner

Utility Arboriculture – Protecting the National Infrastructure that enables Modern Society

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Berglind Karlsdóttir

Berglind Karlsdóttir

How can technology encourage families to be more active in nature?

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Neil Strong

Neil Strong

Re-establishing the railway hedge – a boundary to the national network for people and nature

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Lucio Montecchio

Lucio Montecchio

Tree health and biosecurity in the age of social media

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Jo Homan

Jo Homan

Mapping the impacts of in-depth training courses: community connectivity and resilient orchards

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Clare Hall

Clare Hall

Learning from engagement with greenspace: A qualitative focus

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TREES, HEALTH AND WELLBEING

Mandy Cook

Mandy Cook

Adapting to change, emotional well-being and the role of trees, woodlands, and forests during the Coronavirus lockdown

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Anna-Maria Pálsdóttir

Anna-Maria Pálsdóttir

An innovative nature vocational training programme involving long term Swedish unemployed and migrants: impacts on health and wellbeing

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Tom Ogren

Tom Ogren

Urban pollen and the public perception of trees: Creating People-friendly city landscapes

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Carys Alder

Carys Alder

Case Study: Planting ‘Healthy Air’ in London’s most polluted schools

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Neville Fay

Neville Fay

What is the tree community's role in developing an eco-politics fit for the challenge our times?

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Alan Simson

Alan Simson

Treetopia - the potential for urban forestry to create viable urban futures for all communities

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