Urban forest values and willingness to volunteer : a case study of New Westminster, Canada

Sarah Joanne Peerless
Many urban forests across North America are experiencing a rapid decline in canopy cover due to development, disease and climate change. Municipalities are developing management strategies to protect and grow existing canopy cover through tree planting and climate adaptation strategies which require public involvement to be successful. A case study of residents’ value for urban forests and their willingness to volunteer was conducted in New Westminster, Canada to understand how to engage the residents on...
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