Dr. Jacqui Aimers

Dr. Jacqui Aimers

Dr Jacqui Aimers is a forestry scientist, ecologist, research analyst and science communicator. Jacqui loves trees and is passionate about natural ecosystems, green infrastructure, ecological restoration and people connecting with Nature. She has experience in forestry research and sustainable land management and is a trustee of Tane’s Tree Trust.

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Valuing Native Forest on Private Land

By Dr David Bergin19th of March 2021

Our very survival is dependent on the natural world – we all need food, clean water, and shelter. There are many services that natural ecosystems provide that most of us...
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Urban Regeneration: Why Trees are Worth Fighting For

By Dr. Jacqui Aimers18th of March 2021

New Zealand is one of the world’s most urbanised countries, with some 86% of the population living in urban areas. Urban trees provide a myriad of environmental, cultural and well-being...
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Future-proofing our Ngāhere

By Dr. Jacqui Aimers18th of March 2021

Forests are under threat globally from the slowly accelerating impacts of climate change. New Zealand’s forests are no different, with predictions of more frequent, severe droughts, more intense storms, and...
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Will the One Billion Trees Programme be impacted by COVID-19 lockdown?

By Dr. Jacqui Aimers17th of April 2020

The COVID-19 lockdown presents many societal challenges. While most New Zealanders understand and appreciate the importance of the lockdown, we must also support attempts to find ways to expand timely…

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