The Woodland League

Dedicated to restoring the relationship between people and their native woodlands

Developing countries continue to stress that forest-related activities under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) must primarily be publicly funded, with many expressing doubts over market-based approaches.
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Overseas vultures circle around Irish forestry assets built up using public funds
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Civil Society Groups Denounce Sustainable Energy for All Initiative promoted at Rio+20 Earth Summit
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Hostage to Norms: States, Institutions and Global Forest Politics
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No more monoculturing of tree plantations in India
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Study finds reforestation may lower the climate change mitigation potential of forests
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Pine Plantations May Be One Culprit in Increasing Carbon Dioxide Levels
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For obvious and good reasons our Lichenologists have an issue with Ivy – all three forms of Lichen (foliar, crust and fruity) have taken up with our trees – all three forms equally have fund a refuge along our Coastal Geology and remote Upland Heathers.
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Answers to parliamentary questions
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A protest for the forest, at eight IKEA stores in Sweden
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The Woodland League

Dedicated to restoring the relationship between people and their native woodlands