Society & Culture:Documentary
Today, Ramona talks to her cousin Dr. Eboni Hall about urban forestry. In this enlightening conversation Dr. Hall expounds upon Tree Equity. Tree equity approaches urban forestry as a social equity issue and not just an environmental issue, considering the fact that trees are necessary in the fulfillment of basic needs for survival. As Dr. Hall explains, tree equity ensures that everyone experiences the benefits of trees. Eboni Hall, PhD, is the Senior Manager of Urban Forestry Education at American Forests, where she oversees a new initiative to develop and implement the organization’s mission of education and outreach.
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