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A new £800,000 interdisciplinary study designed to predict and monitor the response of European forests to drought and temperature change.

Tree bark biochar: a green bullet for Scotland’s carbon store

Office workers feeling the heat could benefit from the planting of nearby trees, a new study by the University of Reading and Forest Research has found.

Forestry sector launches plan to work together to adapt to climate change

Experts at the conference included scientists from Forest Research who explained how we can increase the ability of our woodlands to cope with our changing climate.

Understanding and measuring the carbon and greenhouse gas balance of the UK’s woodlands and forests is an important aspect of Forest Research’s work.