The Cemetery Research Group runs two events a year: in May and in November. Follow the links and send in an abstract
‘Cutting the lawn – natural burial and its contribution to the delivery of ecosystems in urban cemeteries’, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 33, 99-106.
‘Natural burial as a land conservation tool in the US’, Landscape and Urban Planning, 130-143.
‘The impact of decommissioning cemeteries on the urban ecosystem’, Sustainability, 13, 9303.
‘The role of urban cemeteries in ecosystem services and habitat protection’, Plants, 12, 1269.
’Urban cemeteries as shared habitats for people and nature: reasons for visit, comforting experiences of nature, and preferences for cultural and natural features’, Land, 11, 1237.