Ressources


Sites web

Calculateur de CO2 (chauffage, électricité, transport):  http://www.compensationco2.ca/calcul-emissions-co2/ 

Calculateur de CO2 (transport) https://calculateurco2.org/

Initiative québécoise, site très complet: 

http://carboneboreal.uqac.ca/calculateur-ges-fr/

 

 

Organismes amis des arbres

 

 

Articles scientifiques pertinents

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[3]       Bühler O, Kristoffersen P, Larsen SU. Growth of street trees in Copenhagen with emphasis on the effect of different establishment concepts. Arboric Urban For 2007;33:330–7.

[4]       Schroeder H, Flannigan J, Coles R. Resident’s attitudes toward street trees in the UK and U.S. communities. Arboric Urban For 2006;32:236–46.

[5]       Konijnendijk CC, Ricard RM, Kenney A, Randrup TB. Defining urban forestry – A comparative perspective of North America and Europe. Urban For Urban Green 2006;4:93–103. doi:10.1016/j.ufug.2005.11.003.

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[7]       Ordóñez C, Duinker PN. An analysis of urban forest management plans in Canada: Implications for urban forest management. Landsc Urban Plan 2013;116:36–47. doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2013.04.007.

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[46]     Moskell C, Allred SB. Residents’ beliefs about responsibility for the stewardship of park trees and street trees in New York City. Landsc Urban Plan 2013;120:85–95. doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2013.08.002.

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