A positive effect on climate change adaptation
Arboriculture is the cultivation, management and study of individual trees, shrubs, vines and other perennial woody plants. Trees provide us with many benefits, environmentally and socially, and also promote economic development by improving the appearance of a location. Trees are also proven to improve our overall physical and mental health and wellbeing. They are aiding in our climate change adaptation by helping to cool our urban centres and reduce the impact of increased rainfall. And of course, they sequester carbon and release oxygen into the atmosphere, whilst filtering out noise and air pollution.
Put simply – nothing living or man-made can arguably provide such positive and wide-ranging benefits.
We can help you with tree assessment and risk management, planning and development (BS5837), tree planting, understanding the law around trees and veteran and ancient tree care. For more information please contact Stephen Tester.
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