Major expansion of English woodlands announced
The UK government has allocated more than £44m of funding to help treble tree planting rates in England by the end of this parliament and drive net-zero emissions.Collectively, around 2,300 hectares of trees – equivalent to around 3,220 football pitches – will be planted, with a focus on areas with the lowest woodland cover. The government estimates that the ad
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This month, IEMA is launching a member network focusing on biodiversity and natural capital.
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Isabella Tree talks to Chris Seekings about the amazing success of the Knepp Wildland project, and the vast array of ecosystem services that rewilding can provide for the UK and beyond
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In R. (on the application of Lewis) v Welsh Ministers, following a costs order against the claimant, the claimant applied for a costs limit in accordance with the Aarhus Convention 2001 and the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) 1998/3132.