Forestry, conservation and government organisations have come together under the Forestry and Climate Change Partnership to reaffirm their commitment to work together to promote the importance of adapting trees, woods and forests to climate change
Today, a progress report of the Forestry Climate Change Action Plan is published to coincide with a seminar held at the Confor Woodland Show.
Actions to address significant gaps in forestry policy, research and practice are necessary to deal with the unprecedented pace and scale of environmental change, say forestry organisations launching a new action plan today at APF Exhibition, the UK’s largest forestry show.
Sylva Foundation CEO Gabriel Hemery reports on significant progress made in bringing the English forestry sector together to ensure that forestry practice, and our trees and forests, will adapt effectively to climate change.
Forest owners, managers and policy-makers may remain unaware of the potential that the use of forest genetic resources offers for facilitating the adaptation of forests to climate change. We summarise the latest guidelines for foresters in England.
Following the successful launch by the Royal Forestry Society (RFS) of the Woodland Climate Change Award in 2014, a series of case studies have been released by the RFS, supported by Sylva.
SilviFuture – the network promoting novel forest species – continues to go from strength to strength. The number of records of stands of trees stands at 873 today.
As part of a number of developments to the SilviFuture network we have added a facility to allow people to share their thoughts and experiences on novel forest tree species.
A new network established to promote and share knowledge about novel forest species across Britain has been launched today …