Green Infrastructure - European network
Green Infrastructure - European network. Social environmental and economic benefits of green infrastructure.
GREEN SURGE is an EU funded collaborative project between 24 partners in 11 European countries, targeted at meeting the demand by green space practitioners for knowledge and practical tools to improve the planning and governance of urban green spaces.
Kew Grow Wild Programme Evaluation
The purpose of the Grow Wild evaluation is to assess the impact on the people participating in two different kinds of activities, that make up the Grow Wild project.
Realising the cultural value of a Caledonian pine forest
A series of workshops, public discussions and forest walks, facilitated by environmental artists, to explore the cultural values associated with the Black Wood of Rannoch.
Marginal abatement cost curves (MACCs) for UK forestry
This page summarises the results of Forest Research’s assessment of different approaches and methodologies for estimating marginal abatement cost curves (MACCs) for the UK.
Forest Management Adaptation (AdaFor) 2013 -2015
Details of the Forest Management Adaption project working to ensure forests are sustainable in the future
Evaluation of the Better Woodlands for Wales grant scheme
This page summarises Forest Research’s evaluation of the Better Woodlands for Wales grant scheme.
Literature review: behaviour and behavioural change
This page is summarises Forest Research’s review of the latest research and practice regarding behaviour and behavioural change.
Spatial analysis and prioritisation of the social and cultural values attached to woodlands and forests
Project to develop and then test methods for mapping and spatially analysing the range of social and cultural ecosystem services provided by different kinds of woodlands to different segments of society
A Strategic Assessment of the Afforested Peat Resource in Wales
This report assesses the distribution of Welsh peatlands and gives an overview of the likely impacts of peat forming factors and afforested peatland restoration. National and field based assessment schemes are developed for the assessment of afforested peatland in Wales viable for restoration, as well as a national GIS assessment identifying potential restoration areas in Wales. Field-based assessment are testing by ground truthing a number of sites in Wales and relative costs of afforested peat restoration are provided.