2021 TREENET Virtual Symposium
For the second year TREENET’s National Street Tree Symposium was presented online, due to COVID-19 restrictions. This year’s Symposium was presented in the traditional format over two days, but in a virtual environment.
All presentations were recorded and can be found via the links below.
2021 Symposium Resources
Below are the links to all presentations and papers from the 22nd National Street Tree Symposium.
Thursday, 2nd September
Prof David Pannell
Green is the new Gold - the value of urban trees
Dr Greg Moore OAM
Street Tree Cost Models for Australia
Kirrilie Rowe & Darryl Gobbett
A review on the financial benefits of urban trees
Rob Bodenstaff & Tim Johnson
Return on Investment in Trees: It's a 'No Brainer'!
Sam Middleton & Natasha Davis
Celebrating our Iconic Red Gums through the 'Eco-Arts Red Gum Trail'
Ian Seccafien & Ben Seamark
Data Does Grow on Trees
Dr Samuel Holt
Greener, cooler and more sustainable communities: managing the urban forest into the future using geospatial data
From parking to parks: the benefits of planting trees in Melbourne's thousands of redundant car parking spaces
Shaping the living architecture of the street: Understanding Perth's native verge garden revolution
Conservation Up Close & Personal: Documenting and showcasing giant trees & forests across the globe
Friday, 3rd September
Tim Johnson & Lyndal Plant
Street tree species trials for the 2020s: WPW/TREENET how-to guide and support
Dr Scott Hawken
Miyawaki Miniforests and Beneficial Biodiversity Patches within Cities
Dr Greg Moore OAM
Root penetration of PVC pipes
Change management and tree metrics
Precinct and lot scale WSUD and urban greening: How can latest research influence practice?
Canopy cover measured by tree by year, affordably
A developer's perspective on investing in good street and park tree outcomes
Becoming a Tree City of the World