14–17 September 2014
Royal Holloway, Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX
Healthy Trees, Healthy People”
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Baroness Fookes of Plymouth
Tree Populations: Climate change and biodiversity
Chairs: Tony Kirkham, Head of Arboretum at Kew and Shireen Chambers, Executive Director, Institute of Chartered Foresters
Managing Tree Health
Chair: Professor Nicola Spence, Chief Plant Health Officer, DEFRA
Trees and Human Health
Chairs: Chris Quine, Forest Research, Richard Edwards, President of LTOA and Jim Smith, National Urban Forestry Adviser, Forestry Commission England
Challenging Established Practices
Chair: Mick Boddy, Symbiosis Consultants Ltd
Delivering Health and Well-being with Trees
Chairs: Sue James, TDAG and Craig Hallam, Arb Australia
For full programme details please go to www.trees.org.uk/Amenity-Conference where you will find biographical details and abstracts for each chair and session speaker.
“ …an exceptional opportunity to learn, collaborate and share with global opinion makers and thought leaders… ”
2014 Conference speaker schedule draws on Arboriculture professionals, Health sector leaders and global expertise.
Over 40 speakers
4 Keynote Speakers
8 Session Chairs
14 International Speakers
Royal Holloway – Venue for the 2014 Amenity Conference
You cant get much more impressive than Royal Holloway . Opened in 1886 by Queen Victoria and now recognised as one of the most spectacular university (and conference!) buildings in the world. We‘re sure you will enjoy the magnificent surroundings as much as the conference sessions and social events.
Royal Holloway has been specifically selected to provide easy access for conference delegates: Heathrow is only 8 miles away, the M25 runs within 2 miles of the venue and Egham is only 40 minutes by train from central London.
Plenty of opportunities to catch up with old friends – Wine Receptions, Conference Dinner and the Exhibitors’ Hall.
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