Challenges of Public-Private Partnerships: A Case Study of the Boston Urban Forest CoalitionPetit de Mange, Andrew.
Abstract: Urban tree planting programs proliferated during the early 2000s. As a result of stressed and shrinking municipal budgets, the public-private partnership emerged as a strategy for expanding the urban tree canopy and promoting more equitable canopy cover across the city landscape. The Boston Urban Forest Coalition set a goal of planting 100,000 trees through its Grow Boston Greener initia... read more
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