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Trees & Society Conference: On-Demand Access

06/09/2022

Online


Trees and Society Online


John Parker


12 hours


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Exc. VAT Inc. VAT

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The must-see event for anyone who works with, or is interested in, amenity trees

Trees & Society Conference: On-Demand Access

On-Demand access to the must-see event for anyone who works with trees is coming soon.

If you missed this year’s landmark Arboricultural Association conference on Trees & Society, you can secure on-demand access and watch over 16 hours of high-quality CPD at your leisure.

For the first time ever, the on-demand conference library is being made available to purchase after the event.

Please note that if you already purchased access to the live event, you will automatically receive access to the on-demand library.

Public awareness of trees and their benefits is increasing with each day and they are now higher on the political agenda than ever before. ‘Trees and Society’ comes at an important time in the history of our industry and represents a fantastic opportunity to define the critical role of arboriculture in managing and shaping the future treescape.


Please ignore the arbitrary start date for this course. You will receive access via the joining instructions which are sent on purchase.

Conference Timetable

MONDAY

08:45-08:50

Welcome

THE SOCIAL BENEFITS AND PERCEPTIONS OF TREES

08:50-09:00

Session 1 intro

09:00-09:25

Rob Northrop

Incorporating social science into arboricultural and urban forestry decision making
09:25-09:50

Catherine Nuttgens

Community forestry in Sheffield
09:50-10:15

Camilo Ordóñez

The multiple values of urban forests: why and how are urban trees important to people
10:15-10:30

Break

10:30-10:55

Helen Davies

Citizen and business attitudes towards urban trees and the ecosystem services they provide
10:55-11:20

Claudia García-Ventura

Urban trees: the characteristics most valued by citizens
11:20-11:45

Peter Duinker

The Value of Valuing Trees: Don’t Ignore the Incalculable!
11:45-12:20

Questions

12:20-13:00

Lunch

TREES, PEOPLE, COMMUNITY AND CULTURE

13:00-13:10

Session 2 intro

13:10-13:35

Stefania Gasperini

Veteran Trees: from technical to ethical arboriculture
13:35-14:00

Ted Green M.B.E.

Four oaks and an ash
14:00-14:25

Tom Reed

Ancient Tree Inventory - how citizen science can produce a national database of ancient trees
14:25-14:50

WOODLAND TRUST (TBC)

14:50-15:05

Break

15:05-15:30

Jessica Stocks

Diversity matters
15:30-15:55

Dimitrios Tsimplinas / Anastasia Petsi

Urban trees in Ancient Greece and Greek mythology
15:55-16:20

Greg Packman

A modern history of the London plane: The Societal, Heritage, and Environmental value of Platanus x acerifolia
16:20-16:50

Questions

16:50-17:00

Closing remarks

TUESDAY

08:45-08:50

Welcome

TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE

08:50-09:00

Session 3 intro

09:00-09:25

Clare Hall

How different types of engagement with trees and greenspace can lead to learning, new knowledge and skills development: A qualitative focus
09:25-09:50

Neil Strong

Re-establishing the railway hedge – a boundary to the national network for people and nature
09:50-10:15

Andy Gardner

Utility Arboriculture – Protecting the National Infrastructure that enables Modern Society
10:15-10:30

Break

10:30-10:55

Berglind Karlsdóttir

How can technology encourage families to be more active in nature?
10:55-11:20

Lucio Montecchio

Tree health and biosecurity in the age of social media
11:20-11:45

Jo Homan

Mapping the impacts of in-depth training courses: community connectivity and resilient orchards
11:45-12:20

Questions

12:20-13:00

Lunch

TREES, HEALTH AND WELLBEING

13:00-13:10

Session 4 intro

13:10-13:35

Kirsti Ashworth

Case Study: Planting ‘Healthy Air’ in London’s most polluted schools
13:35-14:00

Tom Ogren

Urban pollen and the public perception of trees: Creating People-friendly city landscapes
14:00-14:25

Mandy Cook

COVID and nature
14:25-14:50

Additional speaker (TBC)

 
14:50-15:05

Break

15:05-15:30

Neville Fay

What is the tree community's role in developing an eco-politics fit for the challenge our times?
15:30-15:55

Alan Simson

Treetopia - the potential for urban forestry to create viable urban futures for all communities
15:55-16:20

Anna-Maria Pálsdóttir

An innovative nature vocational training programme involving long term Swedish unemployed and migrants: impacts on health and wellbeing
16:20-16:50

Questions

16:50-17:00

Closing remarks

The must-see event for anyone who works with, or is interested in, amenity trees

Please ignore the arbitrary start date for this course. You will receive access via the joining instructions which are sent on purchase.

Module Pre-requisites:

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