Putting a price tag on the amenity value of private forests

Enviro & Legislation

When it comes to venturing into and enjoying nature, forests are the people’s top choice — at least in Denmark. This is also reflected in the sales prices of properties with private forest. But beyond earnings potential, this first study of its kind, conducted by the University of Copenhagen, puts a price tag on the…

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