Trees tackle climate change

The UK needs to plant 20 million trees a year for the next half century to tackle climate change, protect wildlife and provide benefits for people, according to the Woodland Trust.

The charity’s president, TV personality Clive Anderson, wants to see the UK’s tree cover double – bringing the amount of woodlands up to the European average.This will involve planting 20 million trees annually for the next 50 years:

These beautiful trees in Russell Square in London look stunning in the evening light. They bring a sense of well-being to the many visitors who are enjoy this very special place in Bloomsbury.


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