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SHADE: Healthy Trees, Healthy Cities, Healthy People

This publication summarizes highlights from the Georgia Urban Forest Council's 2004 Annual Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia. 12 pages.



Business Goes for the Green... investing in trees provides growing returns

A Canopy for Good Health... trees help improve our healthy lifestyles

Trees Touch Society... trees sooth our psyche

Seeing the Forest for the Trees... mayors & city officials discuss trees



[November 17-19, 2004; Emory University Conference Center]

Date Published
2005
Publisher
Georgia Urban Forest Council
Decatur, GA (US)
Resource Format
Booklet, CD-ROM
Sub-Topics
Health (human), Psychological, Economic Development, Social and Cultural Impacts, Health (tree)
State(s)/Region(s)
Georgia
Keywords
GUFC, GUFC, Health, Health, Social, Social
Libraries
SO: 1100-036
Indexed By
SCUFR&I
Document Actions
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