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The next in our series of Climate Change Factsheets have been published, exploring the effects of climate change on our trees and woodlands.

Aimed at practitioners, the factsheets showcase the breadth of research carried out by Forest Research, sometimes over decades, demonstrating how trees and forests are facing the challenges of climate change, and offering actionable insights into how trees and woodlands can help mitigate the effects of climate change.

The lastest publications are:

  • Climate Change and Tree Diseases
  • Climate Change and Diseases of Tree Foliage
  • Climate Change and Ecosystem Services
  • Climate Change and Human Behaviours

You can view the full series so far here. More factsheets will be published through the summer and autumn of 2021.

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7 Jun 2021

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