USDA Forest Service:
The Nature Conservancy, Funding Trees for Health – An Analysis of Finance and Policy Actions to Enable Tree Planting for Public Health (2017):
A much needed conservation strategy to increase ecosystem services and urban wellbeing.
RESIDENTS WHO REMOVE TREES: UNDERSTANDING RATIONALES AND EXPLORING DETERRENTS (September 2017)
Quartz Media: Houston’s flooding shows what happens when you ignore science and let developers run rampant (August 29, 2017)
The Center for Watershed Protection is developing a stormwater credit for urban tree planting.
Davey Institute/USDA Forest Service, The Sustainable Urban Forest – A Step-by-Step Approach (September 27, 2016):
Yet even environmental campaigners like Miller admit that the root causes and the full dimension of the problem aren’t yet fully understood. “I suspect it is a multiplicity of factors, most likely with habitat destruction, deforestation, fragmentation, urbanization, and agricultural conversion being the leading factors,” says Stanford ecologist Dirzo.
The U.S. Forest Service found links between insects’ destruction of 100 million trees in the U.S. starting in 2002 and increased human mortality rates.
Arborist News article on how we can determine the value of urban trees.
Shows examples of other communities using landscaping to deal with rain water.