The Politics of Street Trees edited by Jan Woudstra and Camilla Allen.
This book focuses on the politics of street trees and the institutions, actors and processes that govern their planning,
planting and maintenance. This is an innovative approach which is particularly important in the context of mounting
environmental and societal challenges and reveals a huge amount about the nature of modern life, of social change
and political conflict. By pursuing an interdisciplinary approach this book produces an information base for
academics, practitioners, politicians and activists alike, thus contributing to a fairer political debate that helps to
promote more democratic environments that are sustainable, equitable, comfortable, and healthier.
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