In recent years a significant number of papers have emerged describing the benefits to humans gained from urban trees and forests. Some studies have attempted to attach a financial benefit to these services. Given the number of papers, various types of literature reviews are also available. This paper synthesises those reviews and more recent papers relating to the financial benefits of urban trees.
Darryl will provide a foreword for Kirrilie’s presentation.
Darryl has spent over 45 years in the public and private sectors, serving in senior management and economic and financial advisory roles.
Darryl continues to provide regular commentary on the South Australian economy.
He is a Visiting Fellow at the SA Centre for Economic Studies at the University of Adelaide; a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors; a Director of Minda Inc., South Australia’s largest Not For Profit cognitive disability services provider; and a Director of a number of start-up businesses.
Darryl has been the Honorary Treasurer at TREENET since 2013 and enjoys his volunteer work in community and environmental services, including 30 years as a Grower Member of Trees For Life.