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Woodland and wildlife enthusiast. Head of Conservation Policy at Woodland Trust. All views entirely my own. Retweets do not equal endorsements
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Replying to @DefraGovUK
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Such an inspiring project. Surely something the new tree strategy should be supporting!! 🌱🌱🌱🌳🌳🌳
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PoliticsHome - Central Lobby Jan 23
The have launched their ‘Emergency Tree Plan’, setting out how to translate political ambitions for trees into action that delivers for wildlife, climate and people
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Ruth Holmes Jan 21
The recommends creation should be delivered with native & 💚🌲🌳💚 Email your & ask them to ensure Scotland's includes native woodland expansion targets 😊
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Tracy Chevalier Jan 23
From the Woodland Trust today. Please help by reading and acting: We are living in a climate and nature emergency. The have published the . Join the fightback and ask Government act now:
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Charlotte Jones Jan 24
1/ Despite 95% of the UK’s ash trees slowly dying of incurable ash dieback, the ban on importing ash trees has been lifted. If a new, more aggressive, strain of the disease enters the UK the results could be devastating.
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Darren Moorcroft Jan 24
Good discussions today including , UK sourced & grown, natural regeneration, tree strategy, ELMS & p”ship - linked to our
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Dave Scott 22h
Everyone please contribute, the state of nature in Northern Ireland has never been under more pressure We must do our part to combat climate change, save threatened habitats like the 0.04% of ancient woodland that's left & create a sustainable countryside - make your voice heard!
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Guy Shrubsole Jan 22
It gets worse. Incredibly, the public has a right of navigation on less than 4% of rivers in England & Wales. The other 96% are disputed or off limits! Map: Join 's new campaign to get wider access to rivers:
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Woodland Trust Cymru 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🌎 Jan 21
We're facing a climate emergency and trees are a big part of answer. That's why we've launched out today. Will you show your support?
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Sam Hall Jan 22
We urgently need to turn tree planting pledges into reality. This emergency tree plan has some great ideas for how we do it: . I particularly like the promotion of natural regeneration and tree cover requirements for new homes.
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Sam Hall Jan 22
Strongly agree with this call for farmers to be supported to grow bigger, bushier hedges to help wildlife and tackle climate change. Agroforestry is another great way of helping the environment within a traditional farmed landscape.
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David Oakes Jan 22
Woke early; read the powerful new : People want environmental change, corporations are starting to inherit that desire, but all is for nothing without Political will. Time to .
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The ClimateCoalition Jan 21
Trees offer a solution to tackle both the and crisis🌳 ‘s sets out how we can use trees to reach by 2050 Check it out:
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Jonas Geldmann Jan 21
Great news: one of 's most iconic "green deserts" - the lawn, is being turned into a wild flower meadow. Only because I share an office with one of the architects behind this great idea (JRF Cicely Marshall) would I have guessed!
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Alastair Chisholm Jan 21
Excellent Emergency Tree Plan from calls for a more integrated approach to tackling climate and nature crises - "The UK does not have the time or resources to tackle the climate and biodiversity crises separately."
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maggie elsey-cox Jan 20
A visit to Wentwood today. Great to see day1 of the direct seeding trial, looking forward to seeing how that develops. Lots of great nests and wood sorrel about too planning a really interesting event in June there🌳
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Adam Cormack Jan 21
Great to see our getting lots of coverage today. This article is great but to clarify - it’s tree cover expansion (natural regen as well as planting) and the 19% cover is a UK-wide target (exact % of tree cover differs in 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧).
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Tom Lancaster Jan 21
Super clear illustration from and their of multiple benefits of well sited native woodland, against the narrow, dash for carbon scenario The high density planting around moorland is where internationally important wader populations still thrive
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RSPB Cymru Jan 21
We support the in their call to increase tree cover in the UK through their Emergency Tree Plan. We must protect, restore and expand our native woodlands to benefit people and nature.
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