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    Field Data Services

    Who we are Field Data Services sits within the Centre for Inventory, Forecasting and Operational Support (IFOS) and brings together highly skilled and valued staff from the previous teams of Technical Services Unit (TSU), Technical Development Branch (TDB), and the National Forest Inventory Quality Assurance (NFI QA). Field Data Services provide reliable, timely and high-quality field data […]
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    People and Nature – 2024 – O’Brien – Exploring the social and cultural values of trees and woodlands in England A new

    People and Nature - 2024 - O'Brien - Exploring the social and cultural values of trees and woodlands in England A new
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    Forests and climate change

    Climate change presents one of the greatest long-term challenges facing the world today.
  • Publications

    Forests and Climate Change

    Lead Author: Forestry Commission
    Archived Forestry Commission booklet discussing forests and climate change.
  • Tools and Resources

    2018 – UK Forests and Climate Change

    Introduction This chapter contains information on: carbon in forests; the Woodland Carbon Code; and public attitudes to forestry and climate change. Estimates for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are included, where possible, in addition to UK totals. International comparisons of carbon stocks are provided in the International Forestry chapter. Further information on the data sources and methodology used to compile the […]
  • Tools and Resources

    2017 – UK Forests and Climate Change

    Introduction This chapter contains information on: carbon in forests; the Woodland Carbon Code; and public attitudes to forestry and climate change. Estimates for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are included, where possible, in addition to UK totals. International comparisons of carbon stocks are provided in the International Forestry chapter. Further information on the data sources and methodology used to […]
  • Publications

    Forest Research: Climate change projects

    Lead Author: Forest Research
    Summary of our programme of climate change-related research. September 2008.
  • Tools and Resources

    2016 – UK Forests and Climate Change

    Introduction Forests can help mitigate climate change by reducing the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. They do this by absorbing carbon dioxide, using the carbon to produce sugars for tree growth and releasing the oxygen back into the air. As trees grow, they store carbon in their leaves, twigs and trunk, and in the […]
  • Tools and Resources

    2018 – UK Forests and Climate Change

    Introduction Forests can help mitigate climate change by reducing the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. They do this by absorbing carbon dioxide, using the carbon to produce sugars for tree growth and releasing the oxygen back into the air. As trees grow, they store carbon in their leaves, twigs and trunk, and in the […]
  • Tools and Resources

    2016 – UK Forests and Climate Change

    Introduction This chapter contains information on: carbon in forests; the Woodland Carbon Code; and public attitudes to forestry and climate change. Estimates for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are included, where possible, in addition to UK totals. International comparisons of carbon stocks are provided in the International Forestry chapter. Further information on the data sources and methodology used to […]
  • Tools and Resources

    2017 – UK Forests and Climate Change

    Introduction Forests can help mitigate climate change by reducing the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. They do this by absorbing carbon dioxide, using the carbon to produce sugars for tree growth and releasing the oxygen back into the air. As trees grow, they store carbon in their leaves, twigs and trunk, and in the […]
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