Bodies agree on natural capital approach to woodland

The Forestry Commission and National Parks England have signed an agreement aimed at ensuring they manage woodland in England in line with a natural capital approach

English woodland
The agreement will take into account the environmental, social and economic impact of trees and forests in parks

The Forestry Commission and National Parks England have signed an agreement aimed at ensuring they manage woodland in England in line with a natural capital approach.

The government says the accord, published yesterday, will take into account the environmental, social and economic impact of trees and forests in England's national parks.

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