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This on-going research programme provides new insights into how to recognise and understand the value of ecosystem services (the goods and benefits) provided by trees and forests. This work aims to inform policy-makers and practitioners, helping them make decisions about tree and forest management in urban and rural areas.
The programme is being delivered by Forest Research, with guidance from representatives from across Great Britain.
This research falls under three objectives:
The research programme focuses on three key areas corresponding to the research objectives. Information and links to further details from the individual projects are provided for each topic:
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