The City Council of Edinburgh, UK wishes to identify, measure and value the outcomes that are achieved as a direct result of the street trees and green space that are provided and maintained by the city’s Parks and Greenspace service.

Highlights from Keith Logie on the impact and value of trees and green infrastructure in the City of Edinburgh following their work with i-tree.

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