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 […]
Resources relevant to Forests and People.
The natural choice: securing the value of nature (2011). HM Government.
National Parks across the UK have policies and strategies for public access and community engagement (many Local Authorities also have access strategies) – www.nationalparks.uk/
Equality analysis – Equality analysis is a way of considering the effect on different groups protected […]
From April 2012, accidents involving absence from work of at least seven days are required to be reported to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE). Prior to this time, reporting was required for absences of at least three days.
The latest accident rates, for 2016-17, show an increase from the previous year for the forestry and […]
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