The influence of riparian shade on water temperature in lowland forest streams of southern England
Results from an ongoing study in lowland streams in the New Forest
Woodland social enterprises: enabling factors and barriers to success
This page is summarises findings of Forest Research’s study of woodland-based social enterprises.
Northern Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment (Northern ToSIA)
This page summarises the work of the ‘Northern Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment ‘ (Northern ToSIA) project, funded by the EU’s Northern Periphery Programme.
Management of multifunctional forests (MULTIFOR)
This four-year project involved a partnership of research organisations and local authorities from northern France and southern England, two regions with similar production and semi-natural forest ecosystems. Forest Research helped to develop common management strategies to maximise the economic, environmental and social benefits from forests in the two regions and to improve their resilience to climate change.
Green networks and people
This page is about Forest Research’s work to help town planners join up open space into urban green networks.
Scientific review: approaches to carbon additionality
This page summarises Forest Research’s main conclusions and recommendations arising from its review of the underlying rationale and methodologies for carbon additionality calculations.
Payments for ecosystem services
Investigating a framework of incentives covering financing and paying for the benefits provided by ecosystems to households, communities and economies
Review of approaches to carbon valuation, discounting and risk management
Establishing a framework that places a value on carbon
Models for adaptive forest management (MOTIVE)
This page summarises the work of the ‘Models for Adaptive Forest Management’ (MOTIVE) project, funded by the EU Seventh Framework Programme (FP7).
Children and young people's perceptions of climate change
This page summarises findings from Forest Research’s study into the perceptions and attitudes of children and young people to climate change.