Julie Urquhart is at the 24th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM) in Salt Lake City, Utah, where in addition to launching her new book ‘The Human Dimensions of Forest and Tree Health: Global Perspectives’ (co-edited with Mariella Marzano and Clive Potter), she made a presentation on Tuesday 19th June.
The presentation was based on work undertaken as part of the UNPICK project and was entitled ‘Public perceptions of tree health risks: The case of ash dieback in the UK’. This took part in the session ‘Social Science Perspectives for Building Positive Forest Health Legacies in the Anthropocene’.
In addition, Julie also presented a poster about the SURE-Farm project on Monday 18th June.
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