Conservation and Environment

Trees

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Trees and wood lands play a critical role in sustaining our environment. One of the Forestry Commission’s major objectives is the long-term sustainable management of trees and woodlands. To do this, we need to address the causes of woodland decline and protect trees from invasive species and diseases.

The carbon in this piece of wood is equivalent to...

‘How much carbon is in a tree?’ is a common question and not one that’s easy to answer in a way most of us can relate to. 

Recent work by Forest Research sought not only to answer this, but to go one stage further by equating specific amounts of wood to everyday activities that use energy.

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