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Why iconic trees are so important to us – and how replacing those that fall is often complicated

By Helen Parish, Visiting Professor of History, University of Reading / Worcester College Oxford, University of Reading
Ewan Macdonald, Senior Research Fellow in Conservation Geopolitics, University of Oxford
The felling of iconic trees is a highly emotive issue – but the damage needs to be repaired with care.The Conversation

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