Advanced

Vem ska beskyddas mest? - Konflikten mellan kyrkogårdens särskilt skyddsvärda träd och säkerheten för besökare, personal och föremål

Ramsauer, Nina LU (2011) MVEK02 20111
Studies in Environmental Science
Abstract
Old trees in cemeteries are often designated trees with "high conservation value" (in Swedish: särskilt skyddsvärda träd), which means that they are important for biodiversity. The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency has created an action plan to conserve those valuable trees in the Swedish culture landscape to preserve, for example, red listed species (often insects, lichens, mosses and fungi). The managers of cemeteries often wish to remove such trees of safety reasons. This is the conflict that this analysis attempts to explain and solve. This study is based on written papers and several oral and written interviews implemented by my own.
The essay is introduced by a briefing of the background to generate an understanding of the... (More)
Old trees in cemeteries are often designated trees with "high conservation value" (in Swedish: särskilt skyddsvärda träd), which means that they are important for biodiversity. The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency has created an action plan to conserve those valuable trees in the Swedish culture landscape to preserve, for example, red listed species (often insects, lichens, mosses and fungi). The managers of cemeteries often wish to remove such trees of safety reasons. This is the conflict that this analysis attempts to explain and solve. This study is based on written papers and several oral and written interviews implemented by my own.
The essay is introduced by a briefing of the background to generate an understanding of the different sides of the conflict. The main conclusion is that there is a lack of communication between the different authorities, which makes it difficult to understand eachother. The results can be generalized and ideally can help interested parties retain clarity and a more nuanced understanding in this complicated conflict. (Less)
Please use this url to cite or link to this publication:
author
Ramsauer, Nina LU
supervisor
organization
course
MVEK02 20111
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Kyrkogårdar, biologisk mångfald, särskilt skyddsvärda träd, kulturlandskap, säkerhetsrisk
language
Swedish
id
2366291
date added to LUP
2012-02-29 14:17:18
date last changed
2012-02-29 14:17:18
@misc{2366291,
  abstract     = {Old trees in cemeteries are often designated trees with "high conservation value" (in Swedish: särskilt skyddsvärda träd), which means that they are important for biodiversity. The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency has created an action plan to conserve those valuable trees in the Swedish culture landscape to preserve, for example, red listed species (often insects, lichens, mosses and fungi). The managers of cemeteries often wish to remove such trees of safety reasons. This is the conflict that this analysis attempts to explain and solve. This study is based on written papers and several oral and written interviews implemented by my own.
The essay is introduced by a briefing of the background to generate an understanding of the different sides of the conflict. The main conclusion is that there is a lack of communication between the different authorities, which makes it difficult to understand eachother. The results can be generalized and ideally can help interested parties retain clarity and a more nuanced understanding in this complicated conflict.},
  author       = {Ramsauer, Nina},
  keyword      = {Kyrkogårdar,biologisk mångfald,särskilt skyddsvärda träd,kulturlandskap,säkerhetsrisk},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Vem ska beskyddas mest? - Konflikten mellan kyrkogårdens särskilt skyddsvärda träd och säkerheten för besökare, personal och föremål},
  year         = {2011},
}