Save UK forests

Wed, Oct 27, 2010

Climate Change, Trees

The government is preparing plans to sell off more than half of our national forests to private firms. This could mean ancient woodlands are chopped down and ruined. Woodland wildlife would have to make way for Centre Parcs style holiday villages, golf courses and commercial logging.

Ancient forests like The Forest of Dean and Sherwood Forest are national treasures- once they are gone, they will be lost forever. We need to prove how strongly the public are against this.

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