Thanks to the hard work of campaigners and invaluable help from supporters, our campaign to double tree cover has attracted a new ally. Find out what Friends of the Earth and Water UK are doing to promote more woodland throughout England.
If we’re going to tackle climate breakdown, we need more trees. A whopping 72% of UK land is currently used by farmers for food production, but combining trees with farming gives us the option to suck carbon out of the atmosphere, and make farming more profitable, productive, and sustainable. Campaigner Nick Rau explains.
Access to nature is important to our physical and mental wellbeing. But the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted just how many people – particularly in urban areas – are robbed of important green space. Paul de Zylva explains how we can make our neighbourhoods cleaner, greener and healthier for all.
2019 was the year that trees became political. In response to increased concern around climate breakdown, and amidst the backdrop of a General Election, all of the main UK political parties pledged to increase tree cover. But what's the connection between trees and climate? Scientist Mat Disney explains.
Tree planting and climate breakdown were high up the agenda during the General Election. But we need to ramp up the level of ambition from landowners and politicians. From rewilding to agroforestry, campaigners Guy Shrubsole and Danny Gross discuss what's needed to achieve systemic change and double tree cover.