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The Miyawaki Method for Creating Forests

The Miyawaki Method for Creating Forests

The Miyawaki Method is one of the most effective tree planting methods for creating forest cover quickly on degraded land that has been used for other purposes such as agriculture or construction. It is effective because it is based on natural reforestation principles, i.e. using trees native to the area and replicating natural forest regeneration processes. It has some significant benefits over more traditional forestry methods when used in smaller...

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Why Are We Creating Tomorrow’s Forests?

Why Are We Creating Tomorrow’s Forests?

We are Creating Tomorrow’s Forests to fight climate change by harnessing the carbon sequestration potential of trees and to increase biodiversity by planting native trees and restoring woodland habitat. With our expertise in planting and managing forests, we can create beautiful woodland ecosystems and other habitats that will thrive and provide a multitude of benefits for people and the planet. Climate change Climate change as a result of human activity...

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Technical Note - How do Trees Store Carbon?

Technical Note - How do Trees Store Carbon?

Technical Note - How do Trees Store Carbon?   Human activity such as burning fossil fuels and deforestation is creating a surplus of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which is causing an increase in global temperatures. If the rate at which we emit carbon does not dramatically slow down, this increase could have dramatic effects on our weather systems, increase sea levels, displace millions of people...

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The Post-Covid Green Recovery – A New Hope?

The Post-Covid Green Recovery – A New Hope?

We examine whether the global reduction in carbon emissions during the Covid-19 pandemic could herald a long-term green recovery. The world in lockdown  Although the Coronavirus pandemic has been very much a human issue, it has had a truly global impact on other species and on the planet itself. The virus has demonstrated with startling clarity how closely we are connected to our environment; from the virus origins in bushmeat...

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