The All England Woodland Resilience Awards aim to showcase existing and newly created woodlands which are exemplars of resilience and adaptation. Find out more in this guest blog post. from Simon Lloyd, chair of the Forestry Climate Change Working Group.
Climate change and resilience
Sir William Worsley, Chair of the Forestry Commission, reflects on the new England Trees Action Plan.
Find out more about the UK Forestry Standard and why it plays such an important role in tree planting and sustainable forestry in England.
Sir William Worsley, Chair of the Forestry Commission, looks at how our work has continued through the coronavirus outbreak and what the next steps are.
Guest Author Dr Gabriel Hemery, CEO of the Sylva Foundation and co-ordinator of the British Woodland Survey, invites you to have your say this year.
Woodland Resilience Officer Rob Coventry on his role in the Forestry Commission and how it's necessary to deal with the threats of Ash Dieback.
As Sir Harry Studholme’s time as Chair of the Forestry Commission draws to a close, he looks at the action that the Forestry Commission and people across the sector must take to protect, improve and expand England’s forests.
Mike Seddon, Chief Executive of Forestry England, looks at what they are doing with the nation's forests to help tackle the climate crisis.
The Woodland Carbon Guarantee offers the option to sell Woodland Carbon Units to government at a guaranteed price. Ian Gambles, Chief Executive of the Forestry Commission, explains why land managers should apply now.
Ian Gambles, Chief Executive Officer of the Forestry Commission, discusses new ways of thinking about sustainable land use - and why the benefits of forests are wider, and even longer term, than reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050.